Multihull Sailor

Nigel Irens Designs Some of the Fastest Racing Multihulls

by Paul Gelder, Posted June 5, 2014

Tucked away down a narrow alley in the picturesque town of Ashburton, on the edge of Dartmoor National Park in England, is a tiny building called the Tenter loft, a relic from the ancient wool industry when cloth was stretched on tenterhooks. It’s now the quirky office of British multihull designer Nigel Irens, the man behind some of the fastest sailing boats on the planet.


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How to Turn Your Cat into a Gym

by Mike and Rebecca Sweeney, Posted May 23, 2014

Before we started sailing, we ran a full-time martial arts gym, so having ample space to exercise was a priority when boat shopping. In fact, that was one of the reasons why we selected Zero To Cruising, our PDQ 32 catamaran, instead of a monohull.


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Brazil's Costa Verde

by Gordon Moon, Posted April 29, 2014

They arrive around mid-morning. A solitary motorboat cruises in, then two, then a dozen. Soon there is a steady line approaching over the horizon. They anchor stern-to along the beach, rafted up three, four and five rows deep. Soon the music starts, a jumble of competing rhythms.


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Interior Design in a Boat Doesn't Have to be Nautical

by Cindy Wallach, Posted April 21, 2014

Just Say No to “Nautical” And other interior design tricks to transform your multihull into a more livable space.


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Six charter destinations that are great for exploring on two hulls


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