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Multihull boats come in three main types - Catamaran, Trimaran or Proa.

Catamarans have two normally equal hulls while Trimarans have three hulls often with a larger centre hull. A Proa normally has two unequal hulls which are double ended so they can sail both directions.

In here you will see lots of sites which tell you all about a huge variety of Multi hulled boats.

There are some boats to buy - some old boats and how they have been lovingly restored - plenty of photos - some very rare vessels and even some plans for building your own boat

 

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A amateur design/building project of a 6,4m trimaran based on a tornado sail rig
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Construcción paso a paso de un catamarán de 5 metros (17 pies) de eslora. Incluye planos y diseño de cascos.


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Formerly a Slatts 22, my tacking outrigger underwent modifications and is now called a Different 22.
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Why sacrifice comfort, performance or safety? This is the philosophy behind Multi-Winds International, LLC., which offers the Élan trailerable trimaran. Perfect for singlehanded sailing, traveling with the family, or making money in the charter fleet.
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lots of info and pictures about composite multihull construction
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Catamaran designer and builder. Larger custom designs or high performance racers, power or commercial, professional or home boat builders.
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FLAQUITA- A homebuilt and designed plywood and epoxy tacking proa/outrigger sailing canoe.
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Cruising blog for sv TimeMachine, a Searunner 31 trimaran.






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