SMJ, I would agree that the design is a bit frightening - although no doubt perfect for the Charter market with anticipated use only on short jaunts in relatively protected waters by customers who could care less about performance. Put another way, performance and offshore safety
were obviously not part of the design brief. The weight of the flying bridge accomodation (corian counters and refrigeration
up that high!!!!) must lead to a very high Cg - hardly the best idea for stability on a catamaran
. Others have already pointed out the fat hulls, large forward glass doors, relatively low bridgdeck clearance, etc.