Sailboat with wing-like foils mounted under the hull.- Sailing hydrofoil
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Boat propelled partly or entirely by sails and is smaller than a sailing ship.
All these hull types may also be manufactured as, or outfitted with, hydrofoils.
Multihull boat that comprises a main hull and two smaller outrigger hulls (or "floats") which are attached to the main hull with lateral beams.
Hydroptère, an experimental sailing hydrofoil trimaran, briefly reached 56.3 kn near Fos-sur-Mer, but capsized and turtled shortly thereafter.
Small development class of sailing dinghy.
Originally a small, fast home-built sailing boat designed to plane, since 2000 it has become an expensive and largely commercially-produced boat designed to hydroplane on foils though many are still built at home, typically at much lower cost.
Multi-hulled watercraft featuring two parallel hulls of equal size.
The foiling Nacra 17 was used in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, which were held in 2021; after the 2015 adoption of the Nacra 15 as a Youth World Championships class and as a new class for the Youth Olympic Games.
The latest staging of the America's Cup yacht race.
Both boats are AC75 class high-performance foiling monohulls, a class designed specifically for this competition.
Performance catamaran used for sailing.
The Nacra has been converted to a sailing hydrofoil for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
SailGP is an international sailing competition using high performance F50 foiling catamarans, where teams compete across a season of multiple grands prix around the world.
Racing yacht used in the 2021 America's Cup match and planned to be used for the 37th America's Cup and 38th America's Cup matches.
wing-like sailing hydrofoils mounted under the hull, a soft wingsail, and no keel.
Company that manufactures sailing catamarans, surfboards, sailboats, kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, and pedalboards as the Hobie Cat Company.
This sailing hydrofoil stands as the most unusual of Hobie Cat's boats.
Windsurfing class selected by World Sailing to replace the RS:X for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
The rider has a choice between using a hydrofoil or a conventional 68 cm fin.