An Unconventional Boat
"It was clear that only a multihull could provide the stabilty I wanted for a light-weight trailer boat. And I think I got infected by the multihull virus when I made experiments with my canoe converted into an outrigger boat before buying a "real" sailboat. A catamaran like Wharram's Tiki 21 seemed attractive, but would not offer the comfort I had in mind and wouldn't be a real trailer boat. As for trimarans... well there seems to be an unwritten law that trimarans are uncomfortable racing machines with extremely slim center hulls."
(Submitted by Noel Tue May 25, 2004 )
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