That would suggest that you are less likely to get sick on a cat than a monohull.
Monohull vs cat. A monohull typically sits deep within the water while a catamaran sits much higher on the water. A catamaran is much better than a monohull in many ways. A monohull by comparison needs much more power to increase its speed.
Indoors the monohull wins hands down. Yet it is the monohull that feels more roomy more comfortable and more homey. Our mono is 43 with a 13 beam.
Not just at sea where the tiresome business of heeling is something that simply doesnt or shouldnt happen to any great extent but at anchor too. Turning a platform that is more than half as wide as it is long can take planning especially in narrow channels. The downside of handling a cat of course is the much wider beam.
Cruising catamarans will typically be 25-30 faster than a cruising monohull of the same length. Part 2 right here. As a catamaran owner Im biased but the Bumfuzzle articles about cat vs monohull didnt compare apples to apples in my opinion.
They also offer safer anchorage and are easy to control. Monohulls are more maneuverable have lower costs and better when sailing upwind. Which is better a catamaran or a monohull.
Catamarans are more stable faster and spacious. Monohull resistance By comparison bow keel drag created by a monohull vessel is higher than that of a catamaran and due to this greater displacement. Too shallow for a fixed keel monohull of similar size Stability is one of the truly great advantages of a cruising multihull.