Sailing, in particular the trimaran race, is rightfully considered an extreme sport. All participants in the race are at considerable risk. Under good weather conditions, a racing trimaran can reach speeds of up to 30 knots and any oversight in controlling a vessel can lead to serious consequences.
Competitions in trimarans are largely unpredictable. The weather has a great influence on the course of the race and it often happens that the slightest inaccuracy of a team takes away all chances to win.
Sailing trimaran is a ship with three parallel hulls that are connected to each other in the upper part. This design has good stability and good seaworthiness.
Trimarans represent one of the youngest classes of sailing yachts, which began to develop actively in the last 25-30 years.
The creator of such sports sailing ships is considered to be the Russian emigrant V. Chechet, who built a small yacht back in 1945, he also gave the name – a trimaran. Continue reading
More and more young people and professional athletes prefer active recreation and getting a boost of vigor with the help of extreme sports, the determining condition for which is the presence of natural conditions, the cost of equipment and equipment, as well as the costs associated with traveling to a place of rest and residence. Currently (August 2019), there are about 60 different sports associated with special conditions for their holding, requiring special equipment, involving equipment and most importantly associated with the risk to the lives of athletes participating in sports events. Continue reading