Capta. Give it a rest. We get that you don't like multihulls. Don't get one. I crew on a well sailed Pearson 36 cutter, and I can tell you from experience that multihulls sail just as well. Without that painful leaning and rolling crap.
Interesting statement; "you don't like multihulls." If you spent half as much time reading posts on here as you apparently do making up stupid crap like that statement, then you would know I have sailed at least one multihull more than half way around the world.
Your comment is born of ignorance and prejudice, not experience and intelligence.
Again, there are some excellent performance multihulls out there, just like some monohulls, that will outperform the average cruising yacht. They just are not generally available from the bareboat companies.
You can blather all you want about not rolling, but we constantly see the cats in the Caribbean pitching like an ax in the hands of a lumberjack and at anchor the motion can be so jerky with such a quick snap, that all the people can do is go ashore in the day time or to bed, for the night. I notice you NEVER mention either of those two points when you are pushing cats.
EVERY boat has a motion, be it a long slow roll or a quick snapping/jerky one, that can be extremely uncomfortable and it's the performance cats that are the worst in that area, from our observations.
I have spoken to more than a few Lagoon owners who readily admit to using an engine almost all the time, when the wind is forward of the beam, including one who circumnavigated his boat.
Any time you want to come down here and rent yourself a bareboat cat and sail across a channel in snotty weather (20 gusting to 30+ knots and seas 8 to 12 feet) and show me up, well feel free. But I'm guessing that there are plenty of sailors down here, with more multihull experience than you will ever have, that don't make record breaking crossings on bareboat cats, in those conditions.
Your boat may suit you perfectly, but to compare it to mine is foolish.
I have uncounted miles on both multihulls AND monohulls, probably much of it before you were even out of diapers, and made my choice because this boat suited ME.
But to say I don't like multihulls is just plain stupid.