Lets be honest. A lot of people want a catamaran
because of the initial stability it gives. However, that same lot of people are put off because it can not self right in the event of a capsize
but if it could self right lets face it, it would also not be in the space of 30 seconds either. But.. Just that little notion of can would be the difference for a lot more people moving to a cat as their preferred choice.
I would much rather have a boat that gives a lot of resistance to going over in the first place that would take longer to self right than a boat that goes over too easily and comes back up fast - This would provide something a bit too wobbly for me in general use.
A boat that did the former that could also provide protection for crew and boat whilst inverted with a method that could be followed for self righting to me would be more "blue" than the latter.
We simply can not build sailing boats like motorised life boats with big bubbles of buoyancy in the center line of the coach roof. If we could we would see them sailing but we don't