I have seen a few places where proponents of multihulls state their reasons why multis are better. I have seen very few instances where the monohull
community espouse the virtues of their choice of yacht.
What I have picked up so far, (and this may not be correct), is the following:
-Have more space. Moving around space as well as storage
-Are safer in that they are harder to capsize
and once they DO go over they take longer to sink.
-Are more stable. You don't have to cook, eat etc at an angle. Therefore more comfortable.
-Cost less, both in purchase
and in maintenance
-Can carry more weight, albeit they have less space. (Don't quite understand that one.
Can any monohullers out there suggest other reasons why a mono might "beat" a multi. Of course any multihullers are also welcome to throw in some supporting arguments for two or more hulls should they so wish.
Note that these points are just what I understand from what I've read and heard. Don't shoot me if any are incorrect
If there is already a thread that has dealt with this topic maybe you could point me to it. I couldn't find one, and yet am sure that I am not the first to ask this question.