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multihull

(ˈmʌltɪˌhʌl)
n
(Nautical Terms) a sailing vessel with two or more hulls. Compare monohull

mul•ti•hull

(ˈmʌl tiˌhʌl, ˈmʌl taɪ-)

n.
a boat having two or more hulls, as a catamaran or a trimaran.
[1960–65]
Translations

multihull

[ˈmʌltɪhʌl] Nmulticasco m

multihull

[ˈmʌltɪˌhʌl] nmultiscafo
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Voile, which also uses the modern one-design multihull.
At the same time the modern and exciting high-performance Diam 24 multihull will become the official one-design class for the event.
Strong growth in this sector should lead to more development in multihull furling mainsails, an uncommon sight in most anchorages because conventional wisdom requires huge roached mainsails to drive multihulls.
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The 70ft multihull lined up against an impressive 127-strong fleet on the start line in a light 10- knot breeze that built to a stonking 20 to 25- knot northwesterly as the fleet raced away from the crowds.
The races taking place over the course of the two-day regatta are as follows: * Multihull Fleet (Hobies) * Dinghy Fleet * Keelboat Fleet -- Fast Fleet * Keelboat Fleet -- Slow fleet * Youth fleet -- Under 18sFor information on how to register for the races, contact 1770067 or email info@thebahrainyachtclub.
Russell was also triumphant amongst the Dinghy Multihull Fleet.
The full complement of classes for the 2012 race year include IRC Zero (international Grand Prix boats), the highly competitive IRC1, IRC2, IRC3, Premier, Sport Boats, Modern Classic, Bareboat Charter, Multihull, Firefly 850 Sports, Classic and Cruising Class.
OLYMPIANS RACE HERE: In November 2013, Sarasota will host the North and South American Championships for the two-person multihull F-18 sailboat.
Summary: An advanced multihull sailboat has broken the world record for the fastest speed over one nautical mile.
In particular, new multihull craft must be designed so that they cannot capsize or must have sufficient buoyancy to stay afloat in the inverted position.
ICAP Leopard will be looking to beat their record on Saturday, along with Francis Joyon and his big red Trimaran Idec II, who will also return, in a bid to beat their multihull record of 3hrs 08mins 29secs, set in 2001.