I've actually been on the 37' searunner
that is listed (was looking at a multihull
for a cruising boat before i got my current
Niceish boat, main problem is that what may not be apparent from the photos (or at least wasnt' too me) is that the cabin
layout is split into two sections. There is a the head
(bathroom) and cabin
on one side of the boat (aft of the cockpit) and the lounge/more bunks/galley on the other (er can't remember layout exactly, but it goes something like that).
As the cockpit
has no covering (though you can install one) that means you'll have too go outside to get too different parts
of the boat. For me that wasn't really suitable.
Having said that, jim brown searunners have a good reputation as cruisers. There is a big thread in the multihull
section on them. Can't really say much else, but i'm be curious to see how you go as they are definately an intreging design, I like the idea of an affordable multihull ^^.