monohull

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monohull

(ˈmɒnəʊˌhʌl)
n
(Nautical Terms) a sailing vessel with a single hull. Compare multihull
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monohull

[ˈmɒnəʊˌhʌl] Nmonocasco m
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Catamaran, due to their luxurious design and structure, which mainly includes two hulls, profited in reliability as well as increased stability, in comparison with mono-hull boats and it can also gain optimum speed of forty nautical miles.
A prototype boat that features a mono-hull constructed entirely from recyclable thermoplastic composites has been successfully launched on the ocean.
Since 2013, MAPP's water-based operations have resulted in the arrests of 329 poachers, the recovery of over 330km of illegal netting, the seizure of 190 illegal boats and canoes and one 30-foot mono-hull "mother ship".
Based at the Abu Dhabi International Marine Sports Club (ADIMSC), the 20th Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi has attracted 18 of the world's most talented mono-hull racers and both Al Qamzi and Al Hameli know that top performances on the challenging course off the Breakwater may well dampen their rivals' challenges for the world title.
GustoMSC, founded in 1862, engages in the supply of jack-ups, semi-submersibles and mono-hull vessels and the delivery of associated equipment.
Both the Lockheed Martin-built LCS-1 mono-hull and the Austal Inc.-built aluminum-hulled trimaran will be equipped with a mix of Fire Scouts and Blackhawks.
If you are moving a canoe or "hybrid kayak," which is a mono-hull boat such as the Wilderness Systems Commander 140, you should rest the boat upside down on the vehicle.
Caffari has already had record-breaking success with an all-female crew in 2009, when she lead the team that broke the mono-hull speed record for sailing around Britain and Ireland in just six days.
The new Sunsail 38 mono-hull yacht has been constructed to charter specifications and is also known as the Jeanneau 379.
"The only slight issue is balance, but we're using a trimaran which offers a great deal more stability than a mono-hull, so that's about the only allowance that I've made.
Some sailing boats manage the 146-kilometre course in less than five hours, but the average mono-hull vessel usually takes up to eight hours.