IIRC, Brossard was not designed specifically for singlehanding, but often is.
Brossard has only one rudder, the one on the main hull, but it is a pretty deep draft rudder, and works when the main hull is flying a bit... the fins on the aft end of the amas are to help shift the center of lateral resistance aft when flying the main hull IIRC.
As for the lines, I don't know if they're lead to the outboard steering positions, but believe the main sheet is, but not the jib sheets.
Brossard is a cutter rigged trimaran IIRC, not a sloop. Many of the larger racing trimarans are cutter rigged. You can see the multiple headsails on their individual roller furling units...
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