The catamaran who brought for ages life-support and wealth for fishermen are doomed to a silent death,
left behind still reaching for the sea that strenghtened the wood,
now silently decomposing by the sweet rain eating their structure.
They should be given a monument as a symbol for the hard life they endured on the sea serving manhood.
The origin of the word a catamaran comes from Tamil Nadu : kattu "to tie" and maram "wood, tree".
They were the invention of the paravas, a fishing community in the southern coast of Tamil Nadu, India.
Catamarans were used by the ancient Tamil Chola dynasty as early as the 5th century AD for moving
their fleets to conquer such Southeast Asian regions as Burma, Indonesia and Malaysia. (more on Wikipedia)