Catamarans: Tomorrow's Superyachts

Tarjan, Gregor

Editorial: Sheridan House
ISBN 10: 1574092863 / ISBN 13: 9781574092868
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Sinopsis: Catamarans have come a long way from their origins--the double canoes used by Polynesians and Micronesians as far back as the 1700s. The first modern, fast ocean catamaran was built in 1947 in Hawaii, and since then these craft have stretched the limits of speed and luxury for racing and cruising. The largest catamarans have become a phenomenon of naval engineering--the superyacht of tomorrow. Building on his previous book Catamarans: Every Sailor's Guide, Gregor Tarjan analyzes the impact of big ocean racers, the luxury charter environment, and new technologies, on the development of the luxury catamaran.

With a focus on craft 65' or larger, this lavishly illustrated book, with numerous photos by Billy Black, incorporates interviews with naval architects, interior designers, experienced multihull skippers and seasoned ocean racers to paint the big picture of today's luxury performance catamarans and their evolution. The advantages of multihulls versus monohulls are examined.

Readers will discover what building a large catamaran entails, and what considerations are most important in choosing and sailing such a craft, from seaworthiness to aesthetics to practical seamanship and crew training. Tarjan ends with a look at "Future Perspective" on these remarkable vessels.

Contraportada: Today's super-catamarans are accepted as the most eco-conscious, safest and most luxurious yachts. This book is an objective in depth reference work written by one of the yachting industry's most recognized catamaran experts that should not be missing in any nautical library. The author, who is a trained yacht designer and expert sailor discusses all the latest catamaran developments and reviews basic concepts of design, construction and important multihull characteristics. One part of this book surveys desirable attributes and what to look for when considering purchasing or chartering a large catamaran. There are interviews with noteworthy catamaran designers which will help readers compare, rate and evaluate different types. Full of informative advise and spectacular photos, the author examines subjects such as multihull seamanship and the many advantages of catamarans over single hulled yachts. It is the first publication of its type and readers will find helpful guidance on building, sailing and owning a large luxury catamaran. With contributions from some of the top representatives of the yachting industry it is a good starting point for those considering owning a supercat and a useful source of reference for those who already enjoy one.

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Título: Catamarans: Tomorrow's Superyachts
Editorial: Sheridan House
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Good

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Descripción ROWMAN LITTLEFIELD, United States, 2009. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 282 x 213 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Catamarans have come a long way from their origins--the double canoes used by Polynesians and Micronesians as far back as the 1700s. The first modern, fast ocean catamaran was built in 1947 in Hawaii, and since then these craft have stretched the limits of speed and luxury for racing and cruising. The largest catamarans have become a phenomenon of naval engineering--the superyacht of tomorrow. Building on his previous book Catamarans: Every Sailor s Guide, Gregor Tarjan analyzes the impact of big ocean racers, the luxury charter environment, and new technologies, on the development of the luxury catamaran. With a focus on craft 65 or larger, this lavishly illustrated book, with numerous photos by Billy Black, incorporates interviews with naval architects, interior designers, experienced multihull skippers and seasoned ocean racers to paint the big picture of today s luxury performance catamarans and their evolution. The advantages of multihulls versus monohulls are examined. Readers will discover what building a large catamaran entails, and what considerations are most important in choosing and sailing such a craft, from seaworthiness to aesthetics to practical seamanship and crew training. Tarjan ends with a look at Future Perspective on these remarkable vessels. Nº de ref. de la librería AAR9781574092868

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Descripción ROWMAN LITTLEFIELD, United States, 2009. Hardback. Estado de conservación: New. 282 x 213 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Catamarans have come a long way from their origins--the double canoes used by Polynesians and Micronesians as far back as the 1700s. The first modern, fast ocean catamaran was built in 1947 in Hawaii, and since then these craft have stretched the limits of speed and luxury for racing and cruising. The largest catamarans have become a phenomenon of naval engineering--the superyacht of tomorrow. Building on his previous book Catamarans: Every Sailor s Guide, Gregor Tarjan analyzes the impact of big ocean racers, the luxury charter environment, and new technologies, on the development of the luxury catamaran. With a focus on craft 65 or larger, this lavishly illustrated book, with numerous photos by Billy Black, incorporates interviews with naval architects, interior designers, experienced multihull skippers and seasoned ocean racers to paint the big picture of today s luxury performance catamarans and their evolution. The advantages of multihulls versus monohulls are examined. Readers will discover what building a large catamaran entails, and what considerations are most important in choosing and sailing such a craft, from seaworthiness to aesthetics to practical seamanship and crew training. Tarjan ends with a look at Future Perspective on these remarkable vessels. Nº de ref. de la librería AAR9781574092868

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Descripción Rowman & Littlefield. Hardback. Estado de conservación: new. BRAND NEW, Catamarans: Tomorrow's Superyachts, Gregor Tarjan, A lavishly illustrated overview of the design, construction, and lifestyle associated with large catamarans. Multihull advantages are examined. Nº de ref. de la librería B9781574092868

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Descripción 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 221mm x 26mm x 284mm. Hardcover. The largest catamarans have become a phenomenon of naval engineering - the superyacht of tomorrow. Gregor Tarjan, renowned multihull specialist, analyzes the impact of big ocean racers, th.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 280 pages. 1.515. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781574092868

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