Why This New Trimaran Has So Many Problems
Welcome back to Trimaran Life. Last time we embarked on a voyage down the coast of South Carolina, aboard our friend’s 47ft NEEL Trimaran. But, as with all seafaring voyages, we encountered our fair share of challenges and discovered more than a few issues with the boat.
Some of you were left wondering why this sleek and shiny new vessel seemed to be plagued with so many problems. But, as seasoned sailors know all too well, no boat is immune to the harsh realities of life at sea.
But fear not, we don’t shy away from a challenge! Today, we are joining forces with the owners of the Trimaran, Katy and Craig, as we set out to tackle some of these issues. But, as with any boat project, things are bound to go awry, and not everything goes according to plan.
Plus, we’ll also dive into the reasons behind their move from their Nautitech 40 Catamaran to the NEEL 47 and whether they miss anything about their old boat.
So, gather your tools, roll up your sleeves and join us for some problem-solving. It’s time to get this Trimaran shipshape again!
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Supernova is a NEEL 47 Trimaran. You can see a full tour of her here: gonewiththewynns.com/sailing-trimaran-full-tour and if you want to continue to follow her journey with Katy and Craig, you can find them here: instagram.com/sailing.supernova/
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