Posts Tagged ‘trimaran canoe’

Trimaran Sailing Canoe with Sunfish Rig

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Here is a great little foot trimaran sailing canoe. At fifteen and half feet, it appears to be a fine example of how to use stitch and glue method in order to build an efficient, versatile water craft rather quickly.

The info and photos for this all come from Tim C., who allowed me to copy the content from his ebay ad for the boat. He and his family had a blast with this little tri. (more…)

Trimaran Sailing Canoes at Rocky Mountain Safari

Friday, August 9th, 2013

Frank Jackson has built a couple unique trimaran sailing canoes for use at Rocky Mountain Safari. These little tris were made to take guests on camp-cruising adventures.

What do you think? (more…)

Circumnavigating Lake Michigan in a Dugout Trimaran Canoe

Thursday, March 14th, 2013

Here is a story about 2 adventurers in a dugout trimaran canoe. Small tri friend Lenny shares this blogspot link with us (which is where all of the information below comes from). And while pics of the boat in full tri configuration are lacking, I’m hopeful their site will feature some more photos soon.

As you’ll see, there is a serious dose of pioneering spirit depicted here. So much so, somebody decided to build their own dugout and attach double outriggers. (more…)

Solway Dory Trimaran Sailing Canoes Videos

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Today we hear from a sailor who has provided some great info about the trimaran canoes from Solway Dory. Solway Dory is a small boat building company in the in the U.K., and sailor Brian Pearson shares a bit about his sailing background and why he really likes their model known as the Shearwater. (more…)

A Homebuilt Kevlar Trimaran Sailing Canoe

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Sailor Rex Gilfillan, who hails from New Zealand, shares about his one-of-a-kind Kevlar trimaran sailing canoe in this post. As you’ll see, he has created a boat uniquely suited for the type of coastal adventures he engages in.

What impressed me about this particular craft is its light weight. Combining the toughness of Kevlar with light weight is quite impressive. (I’d love to see a video of how he made this boat, step-by-step :-) (more…)

How to Create an Aluminum Canoe Trimaran

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Can anyone possibly convert a commercial aluminum canoe into a fast, well-performing small trimaran? No! Really? Are you sure? Well, check out this homebuilt aluminum canoe trimaran conversion for yourself. (more…)

A Few Trimaran Video Links

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Every now and then I like to take a peek at the trimaran videos posted around the web. Many of them emphasize how fast trimarans can go … even the small ones.

The following videos are a few of the more interesting ones I’ve found. You’ll see mostly small trimarans included here, but there are a couple of bigger trimarans included. (If you have a favorite I’ve somehow missed then send me the link).

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