Why a catamaran over a monohull?
This seems to be a point of debate amongst many cruisers. It is really your personal preference that will come into play - what you deem to be most important to you and for your journey.
Pros of a catamaran:
Cons of a catamaran:
Even though monohulls have a great reputation for survivability (namely, their ability to always right themselves when they capsize), we decided that the chances of us sailing in a huge storm will be rare for at least the first few months (Diana is a bit of a wimp). The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages for us.
What are your thoughts? Share below!
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Cheers Gerry, in hindsight we’re glad we went with the Gemini
Just found you guys. Great job on the vlogs. I realize the holy war between a cat and a mono is historic and with deeply held beliefs on both sides. The one that is not held though is pointing. The best racing mono’s will at best match a mono. For the cruising your doing great boat. Cheers
Although I had always favoured a good monohull, you have raised a few points that I never considered & I can appreciate your logic. The ability to ‘outrun’ an impeding storm may be critical, but I urge you to consider a good parachute for the worst case scenario.
The Gemini was an excellent choice for you & Diana (and puddlies too)
September 10, 2020
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