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trimaran

a vessel, usually of shallow draught, with two hulls flanking the main hull
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By 2020 the Philippines will get a glimpse of the finished hybrid trimaran fast craft passenger cargo vessel that harnesses energy from ocean waves,' said the Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD) of the DOST.
He has been round the world four times including once on the trimaran Club Med and remains one of the strongest multihull experts in the business.
The effort of Langman and his crew in sailing the big trimaran south at awe-inspiring speeds was indeed a courageous one, and Team Australia's time of i day 5 hours 52 minutes and 23 seconds deserves to be ratified by the World Speed Sailing Council.
5-m trimaran that is capable of traveling 4,000 miles while cruising at 17 knots.
Boat building will start immediately, with the Oman Sail team taking delivery of the 70-foot trimaran in April 2012, just three months ahead of the KRYS Ocean Race which will kick off the Multi One Design Championship with a 2,950-mile sprint, east-bound across the Atlantic -- from New York in the US to Brest on the north-west top of France -- in July 2012.
La voile est tombee sur le pont du trimaran (Prince de Bretagne) et son skipper, evidemment tres depite, a pris la decision de faire route vers l'Espagne pour y chercher assistance.
Previo al izamiento de sus velas, el "Zamna", fue abanderado e izo la Bandera Mexicana por todo lo alto y tambien recibio el estandarte de la paz: ambas banderas, ondearan en el trimaran en cada puerto que atraque, simbolos del mensaje que lleva de Quintana Roo para el inundo.
He and a crew of four set sail on a trimaran -- a very fast yacht with three light hulls joined together -- cast off from Muscat on January 8.
In his 97ft-long red trimaran IDEC II, which is 22ft longer than MacArthur's B&Q, the Breton took a massive 14 days off the Englishwoman's record and reclaimed the mark he broke in February 2004.
Joe Fanning, who rode Prime Number, completed a double on Trimaran in the following maiden.
His 95ft trimaran IDEC had no standard electricity generators, which meant no heat as he dodged Antarctic icebergs but also made it lighter.
A LONE Canadian sailor Spent 17 days at sea clinging to his capsized trimaran before he was rescued suffering only from water on the knee.