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Holly Overton’s review for Boat International

This lightweight carbon trimaran is one of the coolest multihulls on the market. Built for performance, this single hander can dart across the water at up to 25 knots. For beginners, the Flying Mantis can be sailed with a conventional daggerboard, while those looking for a challenge can swap it for a T-foil that lets you carve through the water. The hull is 4.2 metres long, but its modular composition allows the outriggers to be taken off for ease of storage on board.

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

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Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

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Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

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Holly Overton’s review for Boat International

This lightweight carbon trimaran is one of the coolest multihulls on the market. Built for performance, this single hander can dart across the water at up to 25 knots. For beginners, the Flying Mantis can be sailed with a conventional daggerboard, while those looking for a challenge can swap it for a T-foil that lets you carve through the water. The hull is 4.2 metres long, but its modular composition allows the outriggers to be taken off for ease of storage on board.

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The Reviews


DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT EVERYONE ELSE THINKS...

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

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Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

Read more >


Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

Read more >

Holly Overton’s review for Boat International

This lightweight carbon trimaran is one of the coolest multihulls on the market. Built for performance, this single hander can dart across the water at up to 25 knots. For beginners, the Flying Mantis can be sailed with a conventional daggerboard, while those looking for a challenge can swap it for a T-foil that lets you carve through the water. The hull is 4.2 metres long, but its modular composition allows the outriggers to be taken off for ease of storage on board.

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The Reviews


DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT EVERYONE ELSE THINKS...

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

Read more >

Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

Read more >

Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

Read more >

Holly Overton’s review for Boat International

This lightweight carbon trimaran is one of the coolest multihulls on the market. Built for performance, this single hander can dart across the water at up to 25 knots. For beginners, the Flying Mantis can be sailed with a conventional daggerboard, while those looking for a challenge can swap it for a T-foil that lets you carve through the water. The hull is 4.2 metres long, but its modular composition allows the outriggers to be taken off for ease of storage on board.

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