[ US /ˌkætəmɝˈæn/ ]
[ UK /kˈætɐməɹˌæn/ ]
  1. a boat with two parallel hulls held together by single deck
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How To Use catamaran In A Sentence

  • The submarine was then guided onto the cradle and hoisted aboard the catamaran mother ship.
  • This division was also the site for catamaran carnage with the wind wreaking havoc in the 12-boat fleet.
  • We're not talking sea-going yacht or racing catamaran here, just a simple flat-bottomed boat to get a closer look at the reef and marine life.
  • One is a powered catamaran that can travel at 30 knots, carrying 50 divers with their instructors and sufficient tanks for two dives.
  • Local sailing options include bombing on windsurfers, high performance dinghies, or catamarans in some centres.
  • Whether single-screw, twin-screw, tugboat, catamaran, or classic monohull, the boats are tough oceangoing vessels that chug along for long distances.
  • While watching catamarans glide up and down the waterways near Camp Lejeune, he came up with an idea for building crafts with ferroconcrete, which he hoped would make them quicker and cheaper.
  • There are a number of different sailing vessels currently operating out of Thailand, from mono hulled outfits to catamarans or even trimaran yachts.
  • And we were fully justified in hoping that we should be successful, for the catamaran was a wonderfully speedy craft, especially before the wind; we calculated that the savages would scarcely average more than four knots per hour paddling in the open sea, even with the wind in their favour, while the catamaran would do ten easily. Turned Adrift
  • The regatta began with a mixture of keelboats, catamarans, Lasers and, even, wind-surfers, occasioning some ‘interesting’ confrontations.
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