[ UK /tɹˈa‍ɪməɹˌæn/ ]
  1. a fast sailboat with 3 parallel hulls
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How To Use trimaran In A Sentence

  • In 1992, the thrill-seeking sailor, who holds the round-Ireland solo record of 90 hours, had to be rescued from the Atlantic when his trimaran sank in 50-knot winds off Rhode Island in America.
  • A few weeks before my visit the wreckage of the trimaran Nai'a had washed up.
  • On this special occasion, the trimaran's skipper had prepared a few words in German for the local audience.
  • New Zealander Peter Bethune said the futuristic trimaran Ady Gil was salvagable after the crash, but that he was ordered by Sea Shepherd head Paul Watson to scuttle it. World Watch
  • Mollycoddle half a dozen in air-conditioned luxury aboard an ocean-going trimaran, and peace and harmony shall prevail.
  • A trimaran is a sailing vessel, distant cousin of a catamaran. The Daily News - News
  • Bembridge lifeboat also went out to the stricken trimaran.
  • There are a number of different sailing vessels currently operating out of Thailand, from mono hulled outfits to catamarans or even trimaran yachts.
  • So far, two trimarans have abandoned the TJV - the most recent being Banque Covefi with Bertrand de Broc and Pascal Bidegorry due to battery problems and broken mainsail battens.
  • Despite a total lack of racing experience, he bought a 60-foot racing trimaran (the fastest, most complex machine a sailor could set foot on at the time) and named it Lakota.
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