Posts Tagged ‘wood trimaran’

Working Model for the TRIX 12 Trimaran Design

Friday, September 19th, 2014

Here is sailor Walter Monici once again, now featuring an expanded version of his 10-foot TRIX Trimaran model. This one is designed to be 12-foot LOA.

Walter sent me the images of the working model (below) along with an explanation of his intentions for this new boat. Basically, he is intending this small tri to be used primarily in rivers with paddles and oars. (more…)

Trimara Trimaran in Thailand (On a Budget)

Monday, April 18th, 2011

The following story of a homemade, budget conscious trimaran named “Trimara” comes to us from Thailand. Joe Mengel started to build one kind of boat … (more…)

DIY Small Trimarans Q & A

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

Our previous post featured DIY Small trimarans. I don’t know if there is a better way to describe them, especially considering how these craft came about. (more…)

More On the W17 Trimaran (Wooden Beach Tri)

Friday, December 4th, 2009

In a follow up to the last post about the coming W17 beach trimaran, here is a fuller description of this new “beach tri made with wood.” Michael Waters has posted a detailed description at SmallTrimaranDesign.com on the boat’s development. (more…)

Népaù: Transforming a Misfit Proa Into a Performing Trimaran

Monday, August 24th, 2009

The following small trimaran tale comes to us from Stefano, who lives in Italy. Stefano found our site and offered to share about the challenges (and fun) of taking his homemade proa and converting it into a trimaran. He provides some excellent details too. (I get the impression he is a sailor who enjoys having a bit of experience under his belt). (more…)