21' to 30' Trimarans

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Doug Lord, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. Corley
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    Wiki's tend to be attached to a website and are able to be started and edited by members to (hopefully) arrive at an accurate text. You can read the material that is there currently by following the link I put up earlier and clicking on the articles tab that will show a list of contents for you to look at or allow you to enter a new topic for example 21-30' trimarans.
     
  2. HASYB
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    Is it worth considering also put links in of designs that are older (maybe in a different framework) since they might be learned from and are interesting?
    Corley, I like the way you made the list, it's simple and clear. But perhaps, for overview, it's not necessary to put the names in of people who brought/bring the links in.
    Actually I quite like the tricat 22 Corley:eek:

    Remembered another impressive beauty in Denmark.

    Baracuda from Visionboats designed by Jan Skov Andersen.
    http://www.visionboats.com/

    Some pictures of a Warren 26;
    http://nand.net/~josh/boat/index.html

    A link to a build blog of recently finished Val III from Newick.
    http://valiii.over-blog.com/
     
  3. Corley
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    Please note I dont consider coffin yachting to be an insult I like skinny little boats and think that the little tri-cat is a very tidy unit. I really like the stylish sheer reminds me a bit of Dick Newick's designs.
     
  4. HASYB
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    LOL, me neither Corley.
    I drive an old hearse so am quite familiar with coffin remarks, perhaps the pun was lost in translation.
     
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    Warwick,

    I went to look at the reference. It is still on this site, it is very ambitious, but very little has been done to fill in the information. Not much use without a lot more participation.

    Link Corley posted: http://www.boatdesign.net/wiki/Main_Page
     

  7. Doug Lord
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