Noun(1) a boat with two parallel hulls held together by single deck
(1) Hire that yacht or catamaran and sail away for at least three days, a week would be better.(2) It has an air-cushioned catamaran hull and waterjet propulsion, which provides high speed and manoeuvrability.(3) 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.(4) The catamaran anchored off the Ancon Peninsula so holidaymakers could snorkel or swim, the inquest was told.(5) The submarine was then guided onto the cradle and hoisted aboard the catamaran mother ship.(6) Our dive boat was a 14m catamaran with two 250 h.p. engines, and it looked just great.(7) Consequently, to get the best of both speed and stability he developed a catamaran : two long thin hulls joined by a deck.(8) Yachts and catamarans offer sunset cruises too.(9) There are a number of different sailing vessels currently operating out of Thailand, from mono hulled outfits to catamarans or even trimaran yachts.(10) You need to charter catamarans , not monohulls, to explore these incredible seas.(11) The kinds of boats available range from 80-foot motor yachts and sprawling catamarans to smaller sailboats that cater to couples.(12) As we scrambled ashore, more experienced sailors were taking to the water with glee aboard a fleet of dinghies and catamarans .(13) If lying on the beach doesn't keep them busy, there are catamarans , glass-bottom boat trips, plunge pools, a long, white sandy beach and plenty of water sports to occupy their time during the day.(14) High speed catamarans or hydrofoils will whisk up to 150 passengers on the 30-minute journey from Fife to Edinburgh's waterfront every half an hour at peak times.(15) Come dusk, the distant lights of fishing boats and catamarans form a necklace around the curving horizon.(16) Elegant yachts, powerboats and catamarans moor up at the jetty bringing a daily stream of lively faces eager to learn more about this beautiful island and the stunning architecture of the village-once the French capital of St Lucia.
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