Lombardi's three acres off Virginia's Mobjack Bay is a sort of Elysian Fields for multihull fans. On a visit in the spring of last year, two Farrier folding trimarans, an F-39 and an F-22, were taking form in the sheds, a Chris White Atlantic 54 was parked outside, being finished by its owner, and the F-32 that wowed the crowd at the 2008 U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, Maryland, was tied to the dock. A Dick Newick trimaran lay at the high-water mark a few yards away from Pacific Bee, the proa built by Russell Brown and a close sister to Jzerro, which Brown built and in 2000 sailed across the Pacific. (See Steve Callahan's "A Starship to Oceania," March 2001.) Russell's brother, Steve, has a project under way in the yard, and their father, Jim Brown, the guru in this world of water skimmers, lives just down the road.