While we were anchored off Gibsons Landing, a classic trimaran was floating on the hook next to us. It's hull matched the beautiful blue sky and sea. Here's a story about the owner. He sounds like a very interesting individual.
The bio says that he purchased the three-quarters built 48-foot trimaran, finished the construction and christened her the Whale's Way. The website says that after completion, he sailed her "seven eighths of the way round the World, from Toronto to Victoria." That must have been quite a voyage.
At the stern, she is all decked out with skookum solar panels and a wind generator just like we have up the lake at our cabin.
Isn't she a beauty? -- Margy