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The Trimonoran

How the Trieadrieame project resulted in the innovating Trimonoran

When AnwigemA BV started designing the hull they called it the Trieadrieame. It was the dream of a trihull that was a better ship than a monohull, catamaran or trimaran in every way.
At AnwigemA BV it was understood that current hull designs could be improved upon, but that it would take courage and dedication. And that's just what they employed.

Drawing on his experience, Jelle Bilkert thought about solutions to the current shortcomings of monohulls and multihulls.
- How could ships be made safer without losing comfort and space?
- How could the design be economical and attractive, and serve all sorts of purposes?
- How could the benefits of the different hulls be combined into one design?

Jelle Bilkert took on the challenge and designed his dream hull for AnwigemA BV. A safer hull with more space, which would be economical to use. It was a tremendous job, but it resulted in an innovating design.
After years of dedication, working on every aspect of the design, Jelle Bilkert started to realize that a game changing shipbuilding design was born. And it’s more than just an updated design: it’s an innovation that can change the maritime world!

The concept resulted in a comfortable hull with great stability and safety, less water resistance (efficiency!), little draft and lots of deck space for professional and/or recreational use.
When used on a motor vessel, the hull proved to save a considerable amount of fuel, which is an important improvement and a necessity nowadays. 
Apart from the money aspect, there is another hot topic which cannot be neglected: the design contributes to sustainability.

A few benefits of the Trimonoran:

  • Speed gain of up to 30% when used in motor yachts;
  • Speed gain of up to 50% when used in sailing yachts;
  • Fuel savings ensure long range;
  • Smaller fuel tanks can be used, saving space and weight;
  • High stability for safe and comfortable sailing;
  • Large deck and hull space;
  • Relatively small drag;
  • Less water resistance than traditional monohulls;
  • No need for a ballast weight;
  • Sea worthy design;
  • Realisation of the detailed design is relatively simple.

As mentioned above, the hull has all you need for multiple purposes.
It can be used as a basis for offshore crew transfer vessels, passenger ferries, pilot boats, workboats, tenders and even superyachts when some more research is carried out.

The drawings below give you an indication of the hull design.

The Design

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