Synonyms for catamarans or Related words with catamarans

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Examples of "catamarans"
Taipan Catamarans are sailing catamarans, available amateur built or manufactured by Australian High Performance Catamarans (AHPC).
Catamarans from Polynesia and Maritime Southeast Asia became the inspiration for modern catamarans.
Ducky catamarans are a brand of foldable inflatable catamarans produced by Ukon-А Limited in Ukraine.
Many routes are operated by catamarans, as catamarans are a faster craft than a similar sized monohulls.
The terms cat-rigged, and catboat, should not be confused with catamarans. Catamarans are not related to the term cat-rigged, though catamarans can of course be cat-rigged, if they have a single sail and no jib.
Liberty Water Taxi operates a fleet of 2 catamarans, the "Little Lady" built in 1999 by Sea Taxi Catamarans Inc., and the "Little Lady II" built in 2007 by Sea Taxi Catamarans Inc., on one route.
Catamarans are fast twin hulled boats that fall under the definition of dinghy, unlike dinghies catamarans have high aspect ratio rigs with fully battened mainsails and a rotating mast, this allows the rig to be highly aerodynamic and gives a catamaran with two slim hulls its great speed advantage over traditional monohulls. Dinghy-sized catamarans are sometimes referred to as "Beach Catamarans".
Catamarans are normally associated with high-speed ferry services. Stena Line operates the largest catamarans in the world, the Stena HSS class, between the United Kingdom and Ireland. These waterjet-powered vessels, displacing 19,638 tonnes, are larger than most catamarans and can accommodate 375 passenger cars and 1,500 passengers. Other examples of these super-sizer catamarans are found in the Brittany Ferries fleet with the Normandie Express and the Normandie Vitesse.
This company is a significant producer of cruising catamarans.
Subsequently the International F20 catamarans is defined by
An outgrowth of the popularity of cruising sailing catamarans are powered catamarans, which share many of the amenities found in a sail cruising catamaran. The saloon typically spans two hulls wherein are found the staterooms and engine compartments. As with sailing catamarans, this configuration minimizes boat motion in a seaway.
Water transport in Mumbai consists of ferries, hovercrafts and catamarans.
Small sailing catamarans are also called beach catamarans. The most recognized racing classes are the Hobie Cat 16, Formula 18 cats, A-cats, the current Olympic Nacra 17, the former Olympic multihull Tornado and New Zealand's Weta trimaran.
The Marine division specializes in the manufacture of Fiber-Reinforced Plastic multi-hull (Catamarans & Trimarans) watercraft. They make both powered and sailboat catamarans and powered trimarans Chinkara also builds the Wave Striker power catamaran and Predator powered trimaran work boats.
In 1977), he formed a partnership, namely International Catamaran Pty Ltd designing and building catamarans in Tasmania. This combination made significant advances in fast powered catamaran technology culminating in the Wave Piercing catamarans.
""NACRA" redirects here. For the racing catamarans, see Nacra 15 and Nacra 17."
Common multihull sailboats and small craft include proas, catamarans and trimarans.
"Max Mols" is one of four 91 metre wave piercing catamarans built by Incat.
The story was told by Wharram in the 1969 book "Two Girls Two Catamarans".
Virtu Ferries currently operates exclusively catamarans. All vessels fly the Maltese flag.