The Sailing Podcast

Trimaran designer Jim Brown

Episode 15 of The Sailing Podcast is an interview with Multihull Designer Jim Brown.

I spoke to Jim in this interview about the history of Multihull design and next week we have the rest of this interview and Jim shares his passion for design and in particular – for hydrofoils.

Jim has his own interview series called “Multihull Conversations with Jim Brown” that’s on the website www.outrigmedia.org and we will discuss what is there in next weeks episode so don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast or the newsletter at www.thesailingpodcast.com so that you don’t miss that information.

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Show notes

Jim Brown is well known for his writing and you can find the following books by Jim on Amazon:

The Case for the Cruising Catamaran – Click here to view on Amazon

Among the Multihulls Volume One – a memoir by Jim Brown – Click here to view on Amazon

Among the Multihulls Volume Two – a memoir by Jim Brown – Click here to view on Amazon

Searunner Construction Manual -Click here to view on Amazon- or visit Outrigmedia and subscribe for a free digital copy

 

Jim has his own interview series – Multihull Conversations with Jim Brown and you can find them at www.outrigmedia.org

We will discuss the interview series in the next interview with Jim as well as the OutRig project, Jim’s site devoted to recording “the Lore” and the history of Multihulls – www.outrig.org. You will find all this at Episode 16 of The Sailing Podcast.

Episode 16 has an interesting conversation, especially as the multihull has finally made it to the Americas Cup and you can hear Jim’s take on this next week. If you want to get the episodes delivered to you just subscribe to the podcast or join our newsletter at thesailingpodcast.com/newsletter.

 

Thank you for joining David and Carina on their journey

 
By David Anderson
 

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One Response to “Trimaran designer Jim Brown”

  1. Franz Miller says:

    I tried the voicemail feature but to no avail. I am seeking any information I can get on one of Jim Brown’s early trimaran designs, the RF 45, built around 1974.
    Thanks!

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