multihull boat

multihull boat

[¦məl·tē‚həl ‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
A vessel, such as a catamaran, that has two or more hulls, usually joined by a common deck.
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Faced with the challenge of a new multihull boat requirement, Emirates Team New Zealand turned to Dell to revolutionize their design process with a Dell HPC cluster, which provided the power of computational modeling and the ability to glean the insights needed for success on the water.
Now in its eighth year, EFG Sailing Arabia - The Tour has had a major revamp for 2018 that has seen a shift to Diam 24 multihull boats and racing take the form of five long coastal races of up to 40 miles and five series of short in-port races.
With just one-design Diam 24 multihull boats to be offered for the regatta, the tactical shift to an all-Oman coastline off-shore route has been primarily done to showcase the rich tourism potential of the nation.
Just prior to the Farr 40 Worlds, Jones and his Warren Jones team were advised that their finishing position in the event had won the team entry into the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) event to be held In Fremantle In the first week of March on M32 multihull boats.
Alinghi said "several locations'' on Australia's east coast would be suitable to stage the best-of-three showdown between the teams' giant multihull boats.