It seems like sailing around the world on a yacht in the high southern latitudes is all in a day's work if you are sixteen years old. Everybody seems to be doing it these days.
By why is everyone doing it in a monohull
? Why not in a multihull
Are multihulls too much for a sixteen year old sailor to handle? Are they too unforgiving if you make a mistake. Do high latitude multihulls need to be so large that 16 year old kids
can't singlehand them safely? Are they too expensive for such a trip?
What's going on here?
When is some enterprising sixteen year old going to become the youngest person to sail around the world singlehanded on a multihull
I expect soon that some 55 year old sailor is going to experience 15 minutes of international fame by being the youngest person to sail around the world singlehanded non-stop in the high southern latitudes on a multihull.