catamaran


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a sailboat with two parallel hulls held together by single deck

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The 34th America's Cup will be raced with 72 foot catamarans.
Catamaran Charters also caters for vegetarians or people who are allergic to wheat.
An RIB, Land Rover Discovery and Lucky Day Catamaran
An awful lot of catamaran owners don't moor 'em at clubs like this," Cox said.
Offering high performance including a generous sail plan, this catamaran is a market leader yet also is highly practical and easy-to-use, making it an ideal entry level catamaran.
The catamaran was virtually brand new and valued at more than my flat but nevertheless he agreed to swap the catamaran for my flat which he is now renting out as an investment property.
The catamaran rolls with the swells a bit more gently, offers protection from the elements, has restrooms and serves mai tais on board.
Mr Woods, who runs Woods Designs, left the UK in his 33 foot catamaran Eclipse three years ago, is now on his way to Guatemala aboard the US vessel.
The catamaran boasts four huge cabins to hold eight guests at a "very high comfort", as well as accommodation for five crew.
After watching an Australian Navy catamaran move troops and supplies to and from East Timor, the U.
The crew of a catamaran capsized the vessel off Bute in the Firth of Clyde and were unable to right it.
AN emergency signal from Pete Goss's abandoned catamaran Team Philips was picked up by coastguards last night.
VIRGIN tycoon Richard Branson (right) was today entering a new world of adventure as he prepared to set sail aboard the world's fastest catamaran.
Star and Stripes is a catamaran, whose two widely separated hulls allow boat builders to erect a large sail without a heavy lead keel slung under the boat to counterbalance the force of the wind.