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Jealousy is not becoming in sailors. You all have 'hull' envy

My Gemini has only 18 inches of clearance at the stern directly under the cockpit. I occasionally get a slam because of the chop on the bay - the cockpit drains face aft so when I get a following wave it has been known to send a geyser of water up through the drain into the cockpit, not a ball busters, but certainly a ball washer.

The good news is, I seldom get a following wave because of course the boat is not constrained by that big lead mine you sink boats carry around - I'm faster than the waves ya'll sail through.

I don't have lead mine envy or heeling envy - and for the last time (I hope) a trimaran only has one hull. One hull, two ama's (or training wheels).
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Again I have to remind chuckles to take his dementia meds... Amas are hulls.

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Jealousy is not becoming in sailors. You all have 'hull' envy

My Gemini has only 18 inches of clearance at the stern directly under the cockpit. I occasionally get a slam because of the chop on the bay - the cockpit drains face aft so when I get a following wave it has been known to send a geyser of water up through the drain into the cockpit, not a ball busters, but certainly a ball washer.

The good news is, I seldom get a following wave because of course the boat is not constrained by that big lead mine you sink boats carry around - I'm faster than the waves ya'll sail through.

I don't have lead mine envy or heeling envy - and for the last time (I hope) a trimaran only has one hull. One hull, two ama's (or training wheels).
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Thank god...

...that Alex is in hiding....

He'd be calling 'em PONTOONS
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Nice try SD, I remain unconvinced
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Actually, you must have hull envy... I've got three hulls, and you claim that monohullers have hull envy cause they only have one and you have two...
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My guess would be the white one is a Lagoon 420. The big one looks to be a Sunreef 62.
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