Seaclipper 20 Trimaran Built at the WoodenBoat School
Here are a couple of pics (and a short video too) of a new Seaclipper 20 Trimaran. Jim Brown and John Marples led a class at the WoodenBoat School in Maine these the past couple of weeks. (Actually, I think this boat took shape in about 9 days.) And this was the result.
Not bad, eh?
I think the hosting guys at the WoodenBoat school had planned on measuring and pre-cutting as much of the plywood as possible … before class participants arrived. So that would have been a great head-start for the visiting Seaclipper 20 trimaran builders. But the results shown here are impressive, nonetheless.
As you can see from the first pic below, this new tri was given a rather, uh, errr … unconventional name. Not sure how this moniker came about. That’s probably a little story in itself.
The following images and YouTube link were sent to me by John Marples, who offers the Seaclipper 20 Trimaran building plans for sale at searunner.com
Publisher’s Note: The Seaclipper 20 trimaran is featured in MORE SMALL TRIMARANS