double-handed sailing dinghy / recreational



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    4.3 m (14'01")


4.30 metres of pure enjoyment! A very stable hull whether sailing or just anchored at the beach. The cockpit is very spacious and ergonomically conceived, it's seating along the inside edge of the boat runs all the way to the stern, an ample water tight bow peak locker, in line with C.N.A. philosophy, a higher boom, efficient and versatile sail plan thanks to the full batten square top geometry of the main sail, appropriately designed, together the calling card for this recently developed C.N.A. centreboard dinghy by the notorious naval architect Paolo Cori.
The Tridente 14 is an evolution of the abundantly diffused Tridente 16. It differentiates itself by being lighter, more stable and easy to sail. It can also be easily sailed and managed on land by one person. It’s simplicity and ease of handling associated with optimal performance under sail makes it the just compromise whether you are a novice or a more seasoned sailor. The boat is constructed entirely in laminated fibreglass in female plugs (moulds) delivering a guarantee of structural integrity for long term life expectancy. Superior structural integrity and stability while sailing or just bobbing about at the beach makes the Tridente 14 the choice for sailing schools or family sailing when compared with most other boats of this type. The boat may be sailed, rowed and with a small outboard, motored about.
Options available include roller furling, trapeze wires and harness, spinnaker, gennaker, rowing kit and boat cover.