Trans-Atlantic Trimaran

by Arthur Piver

Publisher: Pi-Craft in [Mill Valley, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 152 Downloads: 788
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Subjects:

  • Trimarans,
  • Sailing
The Physical Object
Pagination152, 30 p.
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26907858M
OCLC/WorldCa1478421

  All three of Arthur Piver's books, "Trans-Atlantic Trimaran", "Trans-Pacific Trimaran", and "Trimaran Third Book" are available used through I think I paid about $25 each for them. They are mostly about the larger boats, Nimble, Lodestar, and Bird, but they also have bits about construction, sailing, navigation, and some of his.   Colum McCann won the National Book Award for his novel, Let the Great World Spin, about a high-wire artist. Critic Maureen Corrigan says McCann's new novel, TransAtlantic. Book Your Luxury Transatlantic Cruise Today. With nearly two weeks at sea to enjoy the Thai-Certified Spa, 5-Star Dream Cuisine, and a host of other on-board amenities, discerning guests trust SeaDream to deliver a memorable voyage every time. Our itineraries make it easy to enjoy those lazy days at sea, giving you the opportunity to unwind and.   A fleet of 92 yachts - trimarans, catamarans and monohulls - sailed from Plymouth, England, at P.M., Greenwich mean time, yesterday for the start of the single-handed trans-Atlantic .

  In fact, Fossett's trans-Atlantic trip is just the opening scene in a three-act play. In February, PlayStation is scheduled for an all-out assault on the day, nonstop round-the-world record.   Father and son team Vittorio and Nico Malingri have had their non stop Trans Atlantic by Beach Cat record ratified by the WSSRC with a time of 11 days, 1 hour, 9 minutes and 30 seconds on the Dakar to Guadeloupe route. "The distance is roughly the same as between New York and San Francisco. TransAtlantic Colum McCann, Random House pp. ISBN Summary In the National Book Award–winning Let the Great World Spin, Colum McCann thrilled readers with a marvelous high-wire act of fiction that The New York Times Book Review called “an emotional tour de force.” Now McCann demonstrates once again why he is one of the most acclaimed and essential . Book One is not chronological: after Alcock and Brown's flight in , we travel back to Douglass's tour of Ireland in , and then move forward once more to and Mitchell. How would your reading of the novel change if this section were differently arranged?

  Poupon broke down in tears when he learned of the decision, but went on to great success with other boats named Fleury Michon. Frenchwoman Florence Arthaud had problems with her first trimaran, but also went on to greater things. (Fauconnier’s daughter just won the French AG2R two-handed trans-Atlantic race this spring.).

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San Francisco: Underwriters Press, First edition, second impression of Arthur Piver's terrifying and wonderful account of his trans-Atlantic voyage above his foot ketch-rigged trimaran Lodestar. Octavo, original cloth, illustrated, charts to the verso of the dust jacket.

Foreword by Dr. John Morwood. Trans-Atlantic Trimaran Hardcover – January 1, by Arthur Piver (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $Price: $ TRANS-ATLANTIC TRIMARAN + TRANS-PACIFIC TRIMARAN + TRIMARAN THIRD BOOK (all 3 in dj, all 3 sold together) Piver, Arthur. Published by Respectively: San Francisco, Underwriter's Press, c.Stated Second Printing/Mill Valley, PI-CRAFT, c.1st.

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Octavo, bound in original cloth, half-title, one folding lithographed diagram, without advertisements. In fine condition with a touch of. TRANS-PACIFIC TRIMARAN by Arthur Piver and a great selection Trans-Atlantic Trimaran book related books, art and collectibles available now at Arthur Piver (/ ˈ p aɪ v ər /; "Piver rhymes with diver"; –) was a World War II pilot, an amateur sailor, author, printshop owner and legendary boatbuilder who lived in Mill Valley on San Francisco Bay and became "the father of the modern multihull." He also introduced new changes to the superfice of the boat, for better hydrodinamic, but he had no agreement.

Piver wrote the book “Trans-Atlantic Trimaran,” and drew up a series of tris, each with a wide cabin extending over the wingdecks, beginning with a 30 foot design also called the Nimble. This gave the boats far more accommodation, which attracted a lot more interest and helped sell his do-it.

Thousands of Piver designed trimarans have been built around the world Trans-Atlantic Trimaran book amateurs and professionals alike. Additionally, Piver conducted extensive research in this field and published four books: 'Trans-Atlantic Trimaran', 'Trans-Pacific Trimaran', 'Trimaran Third Book', and 'Navigation by Simulous'.

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In order to Reviews: 2. Trans - Atlantic Trimaran by Arthur Piver and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Single-handed Trans-Atlantic Race (STAR) is an east-to-west yacht race across the North inaugurated init was the first single-handed ocean yacht race; it is run from Plymouth to the United States, and has generally been held on a four yearly basis.

The race is organised by the Royal Western Yacht Club and was originally sponsored by the UK-based Observer newspaper. The trimaran is the modern analogue of the double-outrigger canoe.

16 Although experiments with multiple-hulled craft in the West go back at least to the seventeenth century and several fast double-hulled yachts were built by Nathaniel Herreshoff in the nineteenth century, 17 the present wide popularity of the type has developed in the last ***UPDATE 7/23/*** TransAtlantic on the Long List for the MAN Booker Prize.

Rating: * of five The Book Description: National Book Award-winning novelist Colum McCann delivers his most ambitious and beautiful novel yet, tying together a series of narratives that span years and two continents in an outstanding act of literary bravura.

In a black American slave lands in Ireland /5(K). Rare original ink and watercolor illustration by Shel Silverstein created for the manuscript for his zany children's book A Giraffe and a Half.

One page, painted in ink and watercolor on paper, cut in Silverstein's signature style. In fine condition. Rare and desirable, offering insight into the author/illustrator's unique process. Moxie (book, film) by Philip S. Weld "For this, his third attempt at the OSTAR, Weld had Dick Newick design him the trimaran Moxie.

In design, construction and in every piece of equipment Moxie was built to win. Phil Weld knew what it took to race across the Atlantic - the boat and the man were made for. “A dazzlingly talented author’s latest high-wire act Reminiscent of the finest work of Michael Ondaatje and Michael Cunningham, TransAtlantic is Colum McCann’s most penetrating novel yet.”—O: The Oprah Magazine “What distinguishes TransAtlantic from [Colum] McCann’s earlier work isn’t the stunning language or the psychological acuity or the humor and imagination on.

Trans-Atlantic Trimaran Arthur Piver. Hardcover. 4 offers from $ The Case for the Cruising Trimaran Jim Brown. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ Next. Special offers and product promotions. Amazon Business: For business-only pricing, quantity discounts and FREE s: 1. Transatlantic definition is - crossing or extending across the Atlantic Ocean.

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The book's coda concerns Lottie's daughter and her family. "We return to the lives of those who have gone before us," she writes, echoing the book's back-and-forth progress –. Trans Atlantic Trimaran Trimaran Third Book Or Jim Brown's "Searunner Construction Manual" Or James "Wharram's Two Girls - Two Catamarans" And only the briefest mention of Eric and Susan Hiscock.

These fed the dreams of a lot of budding sailors. And for an incredible story. I read Arthur’s book “Trans Atlantic Trimaran”—and I was sold.

I bought the plans from Piver and built the boat in my car space in the underground carpark of my high-rise apartment. I built it during the winter in modular sections, carting them on top of my car to a marina at Lake Simcoe.

I assembled it in the Spring — launching it in. Catamaran Unfurls a Record for a Trans-Atlantic Crossing The catamaran Orange II, averaging 28 knots, or more than 32 miles an hour, set a record for crossing the Atlantic. Credit. Trimaran Third Book Hardcover – January 1, by Arthur Piver (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings.

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Hardcover. 3 offers from $ s: 4. His boat, the foot trimaran Fleury Michon, averaged more than 13 knots in the 3,mile voyage from Plymouth, England. Poupon crossed. Trans-Atlantic sailing record.

InKaiser Wilhelm II of Germany proposed a race across the North Atlantic and put forward a solid gold cup to be presented to the winner. Eleven boats including the Kaiser's yacht Hamburg, George Lauder Jr's schooner the Endymion which was the record holder going into the race, and the schooner Atlantic skippered by Charlie Barr, with navigator and.

The foot British trimaran Brittany Ferries GB, sailed by Chay Blyth and Rob James, was reported heading for a record victory today in the Observer Trans-Atlantic Yacht Race.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, charts, plans, portraits ; 23 cm. Trimaran project is intended to showcase multihull news with a focus on racing, build projects, launchings, interesting ideas past and present and also updates on my own trimaran projects.

Lots of content and updates to come so keep checking back. Trimaran Great Britain III, skippered by Chay Blyth, leaves Sandy Hook, NJ, in attempt to break trans-Atlantic record set in '05; illus (M).It was the first trans-ocean voyage in a modern trimaran, As mentioned, the Hawaiian catamarans of Woody Brown and Rudy Choy had made Pacific crossings in the ’s, but Arthur Piver’s self published book “Trans Atlantic Trimaran” was timed perfectly to appeal to .