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trimaran

a vessel, usually of shallow draught, with two hulls flanking the main hull
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Launched in Riga, Latvia, in May 2016, the two Trimarans perform with excellence reaching their designed top speed of 30 knots as well as top level comfort and technology.
Dun Laoghaire: Less than eight minutes separated the top three MOD70 trimarans as they crossed the finish line in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, after a nail-biting finish at the end of the second leg of the 2013 Route des Princes, which left Oman Air Musandam in third place.
Future Fibres congratulates Franck Cammas and his team aboard Groupama III, the 105 foot trimaran which has just smashed the Route of Discovery record from Cadiz to San Salvador.
The two trimarans, the Orange Project and the Foncia, overturned before 3am, 280 miles south-west of the Isles of Scilly.
Research into the use of trimarans as warships began in Britain in 1989, mainly taking place in Haslar, Gosport, and Rosyth in Scotland.