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- 'Southern Niche.'. Brown, Mike // Ausmarine;Sep2012, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p24
The article offers information about catamaran Southern Niche. It informs that the catamaran has been constructed by Western Australia-based company Niche Marine for the diving and marine business of mariner Peter Hudson in Esperance, Western Australia. It further mentions the features of the...
- Running on Empties. // Boating;Jun2010, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p22
The article reports on the three-month ocean crossing of Plastiki, a 60-foot catamaran made of 12,500 empty plastic bottles, in the port of Sydney, New South Wales in June 2010.
- Setting out to make a dream a reality. // Design Engineering;Sep99, p60
Focuses on the development of a catamaran that can withstand the most dangerous, unpredictable environment in the world, yet provide a safe and comfortable environment for the crew to live and work in. Radical design characteristics of the catamaran being built in Devon, England; Results of the...
- Austal's Largest Catamaran Nears Completion. // Australian Maritime Digest;Mar2011, Issue 199, p3
The article announces the near completion of the 113 meter, largest catamaran vessel named Leonora Christina, built and designed by the Austal Ltd. shipyard in Australia, which is set to start sea trials in March 2011.
- One Crafty Cat. // Power & Motoryacht;Feb2016, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p36
The article features the catamaran boat dubbed as "Submerge" by designer Alex Marzo.
- 'Go Minotour'. // Ausmarine;Jun2013, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p18
The article evaluates the Go Minotaur line boat from Niche Marine and designed by Denis Walsh and Associates.
- Keep On Shining. // Yachting;Jun2010, Vol. 207 Issue 6, p21
The article offers information on a 31-meter catamaran named PlanetSolar, first largest solar vessel, which undergone testing and sea trials on March 31, 2010 and will depart in 2011 from the Mediterranean for a voyage around the world with co-skipper Raphael Domjan and navigator Gerard d'Aboville.
- APPLICATIONS. // High Performance Composites;Nov2012, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p57
The article discusses technology and materials that were used by Pauger Carbon Composites in building the Fifty-Fifty twin-mast catamaran which includes the hot-curing infusion system from Hunstman Advanced Materials, T92 SealX polyethylene terephthalate from Airex AG, and Araldite...
- Cocos Keeling ferry contract for Incat Crowther. // Ausmarine;Nov2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p15
The article reports that Incat Crowther, a naval architectural firm based in Sydney, New South Wales received a commission from the Australian government to design a catamaran ferry to operate in the Coco Keeling Islands in the Indian Ocean, scheduled for completion in late 2012.