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N32, Triad A, F ?
à jour au: 2022
1982 plan Newick. construit en west System par les Fréres Le Jeloux, ?e de la série Créative, Trimaran de 12,80 x 8,70m x 3t,

 

1982 Owned by Jacque Bellier

1983 - 1989 Campaigned extensively in the Caribbean multihull circuit. Consistent winner in the Heineken Regatta and Trade Winds races.

19?? New owner, George Bernard, St. Martin. 

Propriétaires suisses pour charter aux Antilles, St Martin, avec mat aile)

1992 New owner, Tom Cox

Triad, 7

1994 Black Dog Dash: Elapsed time trophy

1995 Winning the New England Multihull Association Season Trophy

1996 Dismasted enroute from Bermuda to Newport, RI. Subsequently salvaged and returned to Gloucester, Mass. for refit following a spectacular rescue of her crew by the cruise liner, Royal Majesty.

1997 Hauled out for one year for repairs and an extensive refit. She was relaunched on September 16, 1997 with her new carbon fiber wing mast and new spectra sails.

1999 Marblehead-Halifax: 1st/??
New England Solo/Twin Championship: 1st/??
Nantucket Lightship Regatta: 1st/??
Gloucester Harbor Cup: 1st/??
Gordo Cup: 1st/??

2001 Marblehead to Halifax: 1st/??

2002 Bahamas Cruise

2014 New York-Bermudes: 3rd/??
Dismasted on the return trip

2019 Janvier, Facebook,

2022 From http://www.sailtriad.com/: Triad Ocean Going Racer/Cruiser Trimaran
"Triad is a very fast and robust ocean going cruiser/racer trimaran. She reaches at wind speed, beats upwind at 2/3 wind speed, and tops out at 25 knots. She is very comfortable while sailing at moderate speed (10 – 15 knots), handles chop easily, and accelerates quickly when the wind pipes up. Slab reefing. She is set up for single-handed sailing; all controls lead to the cockpit except for the halyards which are handled by dedicated winches on the mast. Tiller steering makes for direct hands-on control. Auto pilot takes the tedium out of long passages. Well balanced and sea kindly, she tacks reliably and effortlessly through 90 degrees. She has been meticulously maintained."