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Multihulls are generally far more resistant to broaching but have very wide beams relatively... so the question is a bit more complicated than that... :)

I'd also point out that the motion on a multihull is quite different from that of a monohull, but for some people far less likely to induce motion sickness.

Finally, the very high initial roll stability of multihulls often prevents wind or wave induced capsize. One properly equipped can be a far safer platform in heavy seas than monohulls of equivalent LOA.
 
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