Jim Brown has been designing multihulls since the 1960s, following his association with designer Arthur Piver. Best known for his Searunner Trimaran series, he is also the author of several books about trimarans, along with a recent a two-book memoir, Among the Multihulls. Jim invented the Constant Camber construction method.
In late 1990s, Jim designed the Windrider 16 and 17, both radical roto-molded sailing trimarans for Wilderness Systems. These were the first roto-molded production trimarans, and more than 3,000 of these boats have been sold.
Sailboats Designed By Jim Brown
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|SEARUNNER 25||25.00 ft / 7.62 m||1968|
|SEARUNNER 31||31.17 ft / 9.50 m||1968|
|SEARUNNER 34||34.33 ft / 10.46 m||1968|
|SEARUNNER 37||37.33 ft / 11.38 m||1968|
|SEARUNNER 40||40.83 ft / 12.44 m||1968|
|WINDRIDER 16||16.08 ft / 4.90 m||1995|
|WINDRIDER 17||17.33 ft / 5.28 m||2002|