Joe Farinaccio con Small Trimarans (English Edition)
Are Small Trimarans the Ultimate Daysailers / Camp-Cruisers?
"Find out in this original guide for those thinking about building or buying a small trimaran"
Imagine being able to sit down and chat with multihull experts about many of the most popular and frequently sought after production and home-built small trimarans in the world today. Well … now you can!
Get Your Questions Answered in Small Trimarans: An Introduction …
-- Some quick info on these small tri "experts" ... and why they're qualified to help you know about these boats
-- What is the specific purpose behind each of the featured small trimaran designs? A background of each trimaran's creation and design.
-- The "story" behind each boat. A look behind the scenes of many of these fast, incredibly fun sailboats.
-- What makes each small tri unique as compared to others in the marketplace. An overview of the prominent features of every boat.
-- The biggest benefits associated with each particular boat. How are they similar? Different?
-- How fast can these sailboats go? How easy or challenging are they to sail?
-- The biggest challenges or mis-perceptions some new buyers or owners may have. (You may be surprised).
-- How long from trailer to set up? Although each small tri is trailerable, not every one is a perfect boat for daysailing at a brand new venue. Some are more suited for mooring.
-- New pictures and information (stuff not found on the websites advertising these sailboats).
-- How hard (or easy) it is to sail these trimarans? Including insights about masts, booms, and sails. Which ones are good for new sailors, experienced only, and both?
-- What sailors match particular boats? Discover which ones may be a match for you.
-- Should you buy or build your own small trimaran? What one would be best for you? Tips for helping you make the right decision.
-- What are the biggest challenges or obstacles to building (and some great tips) if you're thinking about doing it?
-- How are other sailors experiencing adventures on their small trimarans? Fast sailing. Camp cruising. Quiet anchorages in private coves.
-- Plus, unique insights and stories from these recognized authorities ... and new pictures of the featured high-performing sailboats that haven’t been published … until now!
An 'Inside Look" Many of the Famous
Small Tris You’ve Seen on the Web:
1) The Magnum 18, 21 & 21S Trimarans
2) The Windrider 16, 17 & Rave (Hydrofoil) Trimarans
3) The Weta Beach Trimaran
4) The Wa'apa & Tamanu Small Trimaran Sailing Canoes
5) The A18T Trimaran
6) The Seaclipper 10 & 16 Trimarans
7) The Scarab Small Trimaran Models
8) The Discovery 20 Small Trimaran
9) The Warren 23' & 27' Small Trimarans
10) The L7, Multi 23 & Beach Tri 22 Small Trimarans
11) The KH 16', Spitfire 20' & KH 23' Small Trimarans
12) The Trinado Trimaran
13) The Tremolino Trimaran
14) The K24T Small Cabin Cruiser Trimaran …
15) The Threefold 6 Trimaran
16) Plus … An Interview about Wooden Boatbuilding with Chuck Leinweber -- publisher of Duckworks Magazine and owner of Duckworks Boat Building Supply, who talks at length about the building process, and offers tips especially geared for the individual that hasn’t built a wooden boat yet.
If you are even slightly interested in smaller trimarans that are either trailerable (or car-topable) then this book is for you.