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(Sold) Flying Trimaran

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by WickedGood, Jun 10, 2010.

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  1. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    I have just obtained this custom Flying Trimaran and was wondering if anyone would be intersted in manufactureing knockoffs out of fiberglass or kevlar
    This boat is made with marine plywood and carbon fiber with some very advanced engineering

    I have all the documentaion and plans.

    The designer told me that it does well over 30 knots and that it could use and even bigger sail than what he tested it with


    It flys out of the water on a foil on its rudder and a couple of areodynamic wings on the sponsons daggerboards.


    It also looks like it would be perfect to attach two hulls together as a catamarn style and power by sail or a small outboard.

    It could be marketed to Sailors and fisherman and Duck Hunters.

    Email me at WickedGoodOutdoors with your proposals
     

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  2. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    It would be nice if you could post bigger photos... :)
     
  3. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    Sailing pictures at 30 knots would be cool......
     
  4. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    Looking for a Builder/Partner

    Looking for a Builder/Partner who can pot these out using a morden manufactureing process at super cost effectrive prices to Budding up so we can Market these Majical Boats to the Unwashed Masses and make lots of profit.


    Sure this boat is made from high teck Carbon,Boron & Exotic woods and Epoxies.

    But look what Coleman did for the working Mans Canoe, Here is your chance!

    Do it for the Childern, Do it for the Enviurment. Do it for the Cash!


    If we take two of these hulls and attach them togeher we get a Catamaran that can be powered by Sail, or a small outboard Motor.

    Electric Even! Think Green as in American Greenbacks!

    or made as aTrimaran with its Sponsons ( Which by the way make great Advertising space for SPONSORS) it can be a fast Flying Trimaran caple of elevating itself clear of that pesky old cumbersome water Banking off of a Northeast Wind sailing like a summrs breeze, skipping over the Ocean like a song ands flying along on a Zepher like a Wichitaw Lineman, Whow!Owe! Wee!

    Give me a shout and lets talk.

    WickedGoodOutdoor.com
     

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    More Filthy Peaches

    More Filthy Peaches
     

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  6. WickedGood

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    Thirty Knotts and Beyond

    The speed is limited only by the ammount of
    power applied and your imagination
     

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  7. eric le marin
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    eric le marin naval architect

    I have not seen anything of interest on this boat... sorry.
     
  8. Munter
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    Munter Amateur

    How about a demonstration of actual performance prior to making copies? Wouldn't it be worth verifying the previous owner's claims?
     
  9. basildog
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    basildog basildog

    Jeez mate - are you dreaming or what? You invite others in a cheap advertising rant to invest in something that, as I read it you haven't even sailed yet. It sounds to me that you may have been dudded by a good salesman if you believe that will do 30 knots.
     
  10. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    FOR SALE to the Higest Bidder

    OK.


    The Trimaran is FOR SALE to the Higest Bidder.

    Remember!
    Just like a Chicago Democrat going to Vote

    Bid High & Bid Often!

    FOB Saco, Maine

    I will accept US Dollars, Gold or Firearms as payment

    We will open the bidding

    WickedGoodOutdoors@Maine.rr.com



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  11. WickedGood

    WickedGood Guest

    Flying Trimaran

    The Trimaran is FOR SALE to the Higest Bidder.

    Flying Trimaran

    This boat is made with marine plywood and carbon fiber with some very advanced engineering all the documentaion and plans.

    The designer told me that it does well over 30 knots and that it could use and even bigger sail than what he tested it with


    It flys out of the water on a foil on its rudder and a couple of areodynamic wings on the sponsons daggerboards.


    It also looks like it would be perfect to attach two hulls together as a catamarn style and power by sail or a small outboard. The uses are limited only by your imagination!


    Bid High & Bid Often!

    FOB Saco, Maine

    I will accept US Dollars, Gold or Firearms as payment

    We will open the bidding

    WickedGoodOutdoors@Maine.rr.com
     

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  12. basildog
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    basildog basildog

    Hell, this gets even better - now this site has changed its name to ebay.
     
  13. basildog
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    basildog basildog

    Apologies for the previous comment - I now see this thread has moved to this site's version of ebay. I still stand by my 30 knot comments though.
     
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  15. Munter
    Joined: Jul 2007
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    Munter Amateur

    Get in contact with Doug Lord. He's wanted a foily trimaran for ages but hasn't been able to progress beyond talk. With such a common interest I think you two will get along famously.

    Apologies for that comment. It was a bit unnecessary.

    Actually it looks like you have something genuinly interesting there. Do you have any other details such as the original designer builder? Do you have the mast and sails? I'm not interested in buying/copying but I think the history of that boat would probably make a great story and might answer fundamental questions like - did it actually work? It looks like the sort of thing you'd find in the pages of an old AYRS journal.
     
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