I have absolutely no idea what you mean by "---but you should try sailing places other then just that river in Egypt
." If laziness of pronunciation and / or dyslexia causes you to to spell as you speak, it is important you should learn that "then" is both spelled and pronounced "than" in English
. Your "then" renders the sentence meaningless.
2Hulls understood that I am not the author of the FAQs, I merely posted them to preempt further negative posts and return to the gist of the thread; that a cruising catamaran
has the speed to embarrass a racing
keelboat. Thus, I return to the phrase in my previous post:
"Far too many people who badmouth multihulls, do so because they are rumour mongers who delight in being the bearers of bad karma."
Perhaps I should add that the Jacques Vabre 2007 Race Official website
shows that the ORMAs that left Le Harvre 24 hours after the IMOCAs have already passed them and Groupama 2 is passing Madeira! If speed is the object, catamaran
or trimarans are the weapons of choice. The leading IMOCA is at 10.5 knots, Groupama 2 is sailing at 21.8 knots.