A kind of raft or float, consisting of two or more logs or pieces of wood lashed together, and moved by paddles or sail; -- used as a surf boat and for other purposes on the coasts of the East and West Indies and South America. Modified forms are much used in the lumber regions of North America, and at life-saving stations.
Any vessel with twin hulls, whether propelled by sails or by steam; esp., one of a class of double-hulled pleasure boats remarkable for speed.
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a sailboat with two parallel hulls held together by single deck
a boat built on two widely-spaced narrow hulls
a boat comprised of a keel and two side arms
a boat consisting of two parallel hulls joined with a frame
a boat the Malays use," he said
a direct descendant of the outrigger canoes in which the Polynesian people sailed the Pacific Ocean
a highly efficient way of transforming sail power into boat speed
an upmarket, neat and tidy boat, meticulously furnished and fitted to amplify space
a sailboat with more than one hull
a type of sailing vessel , consisting of two hullss joined by a frame
Twin hulled sailboat
A twin-hulled boat, with hulls side-by-side.
A vessel with two hulls.
A boat with parallel twin hulls.
A boat with twin, side-by-side hulls.
Boat with twin, narrow hulls connected by a deck or crossbeams, resulting in a wide beam and good stability.
A twin hulled boat, either power or sail.
A vessel with twin, side-by-side hulls.
a boat with two parallel hulls side by side
A twin-hulled boat. Catamaran sailboats are known for their ability to plane and are faster than single-hulled boats ( monohulls) in some conditions.
a double or treble-hulled vessel constructed in wood, aluminum or reinforced glass fiber and is also composed of two or three hulls diagonally joined together by various methods. Normally no ballast is needed to counteract the center buoyancy since it enjoys good stability at sea.
A catamaran (from Tamil kattu "to tie" and maram "wood, tree") is a type of boat or ship consisting of two hulls joined by a frame. Catamarans can be sail- or engine-powered. The catamaran was the invention of the paravas, a fishing community in the southern coast of Tamil Nadu, India.