One of the most unique sailboats launched in the past five years, Paradox is a unique cruiser / racer trimaran designed by the legendary design team of Nigel Irens and Benoit Cabaret. Built by Marsaudon Composite , using the moulds of Loick Peyron’s highly successful ORMA racing trimaran Fujifilm, Paradox is 100 percent carbon composite, and utilizes much of the same technology that made ORMA trimarans the most exciting sailboats on the water.
PARADOX has a fantastic racing record. During the 2013 Caribbean 600, Paradox beat the monohull course record set by Speedboat 100, and came within ten minutes of the multihull course record set by a racing ORMA trimaran. She won the Transatlantic Race 2015, from Newport to Lizard Point, sailing four consecutive 500+ mile days. More recently, PARADOX won the Rolex Middle Sea Race.
Paradox’s design allows for both comfortable cruising for up to six people, and impressive speeds of up to 36 knots when racing. Easily sailed shorthand by two people, or safely day-sailed with a dozen friends and family, Paradox is a unique and highly versatile sailboat.