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?? Pro's, Con's, on Cats for Liveabaord.. ???

Is a Multi hull better/worse , have nore room, easier to sail/learn ???


More/Less bang for the Buck ?

Seem to offer more Deck Garden n Picket fence for a pooch to run/skip/hop/Poop/lay on..

Is the Up-keep less/more/same/depends ?
and., Where do I PUT my ?U?sed Depends ??

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they do have more room but from what i have read they are harder to heat as the heat rises out of the hulls.
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Is a Multi hull better/worse , have nore room, easier to sail/learn ???


More/Less bang for the Buck ?

Seem to offer more Deck Garden n Picket fence for a pooch to run/skip/hop/Poop/lay on..

Is the Up-keep less/more/same/depends ?
and., Where do I PUT my ?U?sed Depends ??
You didn't use the search button did you?
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Multihulls are bigger, faster, and more comfortable.
They do not do well in rough weather though.
They heel less, also.
But they're usually more expensive, as there aren't many secondhand ones that are old enough to be cheap yet.
And they're not self righting.
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But they are very stable. In 2 positions.
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Where will you keep the litterbox without stinking up the whole boat?
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Multihulls are bigger, faster, and more comfortable.
They do not do well in rough weather though.
They heel less, also.
But they're usually more expensive, as there aren't many secondhand ones that are old enough to be cheap yet.
And they're not self righting.
multi's dont heel...

and they are more expensive because you are buying two boats stuck together.
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Where will you keep the litterbox without stinking up the whole boat?
On the poopdeck?
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multi's dont heel...
Well, they do heel a little. And, it gets really exciting when they heel more than a little.
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