Originally Posted by danjarch
Single srcew makes it handle like a monohull. Saildog forgot to mention that you should read cruising multihulls by Thomas Forth Jones and the other book he usaully recomends. You can find the name on other threads. The one difference that can get to some people, is the motion of a catameran is a little different, and can bring on motion sickness a little faster. Every one I've talked to says it isn't hard to get used to. I never found it to big that different.
LOL... I actually PM'd him and had the books in the PM... so didn't see a need to post Chris White's The Cruising Multihull and Multihull Voyaging by Thomas Firth Jones in this thread.
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