This clearly shows the three-point hydrofoil stabilization, with the port side ama (pontoon) supported by the inclined daggerboard towards the bow, and the dual fins towards the stern. The third point of support is the T-foil on the rudder on the main hull.
The graceful lines of her hull are shown here. It's easy to see the inclined daggerboards (Bruce foils). With an asymmetric cross-section, inclined Bruce foils provide vertical lift as well as prevention of side-slipping.
The daggerboards are asymmetric shape (like an airplane wing) to generate lift. Since they are inclined at 45 degrees inward, the lift becomes both upwards and sideways (against the wind).
Here you can see the details of the rudder's T-foil and the foil of the ama (pontoon) while it is folded inwards. The engine mounts upon the rudder, providing greater maneuverability. The rudder kicks up to the rear if an obstruction is encountered.
The bow shows the main hull's plumb nose, rounded top for wave-piercing, and the beginning of the hard chine. On the nose is the bow sprit that hold the tack of the furling gennaker (broad reaching sail). Also on the nose is the tack of the furling jib. The boat is also equipped with a 150% genoa that mounts half-way along the sprit.
The spacious cockpit has comfortable seating for 5 persons.
There are three sleeping areas the middle berth (children are sitting there), the aft berth (shown) and the V-berth in the bow.
The Catri 24 is in the class of trailerable trimarans, due to it's folding design. The folding is easily accomplished by one person, using ropes. The boat is stable when folded and can be motored from a mooring to the boat ramp, for instance.
The Catri 24 includes the trailer, shown here removing Tardis from the water.