He might draw the line at a white plesiosaur riding up to meet his catamaran.
This happened once to the first catamaran that was sailed in New York Bay.
As the catamaran ran in and grounded on the beach, Flora came down to meet him.
She was a "twin boat:" that is, she had two hulls, like a "catamaran."
He therefore at once hauled his wind, and, with the captured canoe in tow, headed the catamaran on her homeward journey.
By noon of the second day the catamaran was completed,—so far as the hull was concerned.
And there we found a catamaran, a real catamaran, one evidently made by some Fire-Man.
But neither of these could be near the track on which the catamaran was holding her course.
Well, with a few changes your ice-boat is to become a catamaran.
Fortunately for the crew of the catamaran, it did not become a storm.
East Indies log raft, 1670s, from Tamil kattu-maram "tied wood," from kattu "tie, binding" + maram "wood, tree."