Dragonfly 35

Dragonfly 35

Key Features

  • Swing Wing system as standard
  • Two versions to suit most needs
  • Good accommodation to performance ratio
  • Headroom of 1.94m
  • Beachable
  • Optional electrical winches, windlass and bow thruster


Are you ready to explore the world of offshore trimaran sailing? The Dragonfly 35 is perfect as she offers an incredible accommodation to performance ratio – and can easily be sailed single-handed. The 35 is available in two stunning versions, the Touring and the Ultimate version. Want fast and easy cruising? The Touring is for you. Or the Ultimate offers faster, exciting and fun sailing.

With a spacious, oversized cockpit and wheel steering as standard, the Dragonfly 35 is a high-quality performance cruiser with full standing headroom of 1.94m, to accommodate seven people. That’s a whole lot of wow!

Dragonfly 35
Dragonfly 35


Enjoy a full size forward enclosed V-berth cabin with standing space and lockers for clothing. Moving aft, there is a full-width toilet section with shower and hanging lockers. The main cabin offers a large, stylish yet functional galley, with double-burner stove and oven combined with ample storage lockers, two drawers and integrated coolbox (optional).

The spacious saloon table offers great visibility due to the high seating and can seat eight people comfortably. Back aft in the main cabin, enjoy a large chart table which converts to home office/working space.

The aft cabin offers a full size double berth of 2 x 1.50 m, and the Classic interior (optional) offers a roomy dinette that seats eight persons and can easily convert into bunks, when and if needed, and sleeps seven persons in total.

Dragonfly multihulls have a reputation for high quality finishes and furnishings and the 35 is no exception – all interior finishes and furnishings are of extraordinary quality.


The 35 boasts an oversized and spacious cockpit, with wheel steering as standard. Thanks to clever detailing, all lines are in easy reach and for the helmsman a GRP aft rail makes life comfortable. The 35 handles beautifully, and all functions lead back to the cockpit.

The boat is easily beachable, with a 30 Hp inboard diesel engine with saildrive located in a separate compartment aft, and it dries out easily without damaging the folding propeller.

Dragonfly designers offer optional electrical winches, windlass and bow thruster, as well as many other electronics to make sailing easier and more enjoyable.

And the famous Dragonfly Swing Wing system allows the floats to hinge inwards to meet the centre hull – reducing the beam of the boat from a massive 8.20 m to 3.85 m and improving versatility, marina fees and your popularity with monohull sailors. The float folds easily via the electrical winch within 50 seconds!


    • Length overall, sailing
    10.68 m 10.68 m
    • Length, folded
    12.60 m 12.60 m
    • Beam, sailing
    8.20 m 8.20 m
    • Beam, folded
    3.85 m 3.85 m
    • Draft, board up
    0.55 m 0.55 m
    • Draft, board down
    1.90 m 1.90 m
    • Weight of standard boat, ready to sail
    3,900 kgs 3,900 kgs
    • Payload max., incl. crew
    1,500 kgs 1,500 kgs
    • Engine
    30 PS / 22 kW 30 PS / 22 kW
    • Water tank
    140 l 140 l
    • Diesel tank
    80 l 80 l
    • Holding tank
    60 l 60 l
    • Mast section, Carbon
    16 m 17.50 m
    • Mast height over water level
    18 m 19.50 m
    • Mainsail
     56 m2  67 m2
    •  Furling genoa
    32 m2  35 m2
    •  Code 0
    55 m2 72 m2 
    • Asymmetric spinnaker
    95 m2 124 m2
    • Bowsprit, length
    1.50 m 1.50 m
    • Max. No of persons, CE-Category A
    6 6
    • Max. No of persons, CE-Category B
    8 8
    • Unsinkable
    Yes Yes




“If you’re looking for a mile-eating performance with no quality compromises turn to the Danish-built Dragonfly 35,” says Allan Whiting.

“The best vocations we can think of for the Dragonfly 35 are fun day sailing with a mob, club racing short-handed and passage making in waters where shoal draft is desirable, such as along the Queensland coast. In shallow waters, where monos need careful timing of tidal movements, a reaching, running or motoring Dragonfly – with dagger board raised – can go unfettered. And while the mono may need to search for a good anchorage, the tri can rest comfortably on a drying-out beach or mudflat.”

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