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All about Dragonfly range


Dragonfly: three hulls or nothing!
The first Dragonfly dates back to 1972! At the time, Danish shipyard Børge Quorning was building plywood boats in the small fishing village of Skaerbaek, opposite the island of Rømø on the west coast of Denmark.  This small boat with floats assembled using ropes was designed to introduce the family's children to sailing. The descendants of these multihull advocates were always destined to start out on an Optimist! In 1980, the shipyard, which at that time was building a variety of plywood boats, was hit by the crisis and a slump in sales of its motorboats. It was against this backdrop that the Dragonfly 25 marked the start of Quorning's switch to the exclusive production of trimarans. Between 1982 and 1985, the brand's boats won major victories in international races, heralding the future pre-eminence of multihulls in terms of speed on the water. The Dragonfly 800 built on these successes and was launched in 1987. It underwent several developments, some of them thanks to Paul Elvström, who owned one for over 10 years. A foldable version was produced to facilitate parking and transportation. The Dragonfly range has been extended over the years with new models now built in polyester, up until the Dragonfly 35 was built, which went on to win the European Boat of the Year 2007. Ranging from 25 foot to 40 foot long, the current production proudly shows off the multihull! They are fast, highly modern boats that glide over the water like dragonflies.

Dragonfly: find your future boats


The range of boats centralizes models with similar characteristics, both in their design and in their use. A boat builder can have a range dedicated to racing-cruising yachts and another specializing in small outboard motor boats. The ranges of boats may need to evolve to better meet the expectations of boaters. Thus, certain ranges are disappearing to make way for new generations of boats.



Choosing your boat model from the range



Buying a new or used boat requires taking stock of your expectations as a future boat owner Here are the main questions to ask:


  • What is my maximum budget for buying a boat?
  • Do I have a berth available?
  • What is my boater profile?



Find your future boat



The range of boats counts among your favorites but none of its models meet your boating wishes? No stress ! Band of Boats is here to guide you. Whether you are looking for a fishing boat, a cruise ship or just a pleasure boat, dare to buy your future new or used boat. We are delighted to have you join our community of enthusiasts.