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trimaran

a vessel, usually of shallow draught, with two hulls flanking the main hull
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Oman Sail's crew on the sultanate's giant trimaran Musandam-Oman Sail are determined to fly the flag for Oman in the Royal Ocean Racing Club's classic Volvo Round Ireland Yacht Race by beating the two other Multi70s and defending their Round Ireland world record.
Minneapolis, MN, April 16, 2015 --(PR.com)-- With the introduction of a community marketplace to their website and a commitment to increase activity and interaction on their blog and social media pages, WindRider has begun efforts to rebrand their company from a basic manufacturer and seller of trimaran sailboats to a comprehensive resource for all things sailing.
Assembled in Salalah and launched in the summer of 2009, Majan is a 105-ft trimaran classed as one of the fastest offshore multihulls in the world; she was given the honour of being named by HM Sultan Qaboos Bin Said.
As for trimarans, they look ungainly - like a sailboat with training wheels - but they can be astonishingly fast, even in the light to moderate winds Saturday.
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.
THE world's first trimaran warship prototype has been launched.
Muscat: Oman Sail's crew on the Sultanate of Oman's giant trimaran Musandam-Oman Sail are determined to fly the flag for Oman in the Royal Ocean Racing Club's classic Volvo Round Ireland Yacht Race by beating the two other Multi70s and defending their Round Ireland world record.
The battle between the two trimarans began right from the start line on Thursday afternoon, the two boats were neck and neck overnight and Musandam-Oman Sail at last snatched the lead in the early hours of Friday morning thanks to some quick thinking tactics off Belle-Ile.