All construction methods have positives and negatives. I dont think "one: is empirically better than the "other".
However there are some guides to this, a production foam glass boat
is a known quantity and a good bet if you have some risk aversion, and you think you may want/need to sell sooner rather than later.
A composite boat
is a good bet if you have some skills, or can pay someone with them, are prepared to be vigilant about your research/survey and intend to keep the boat well into the long term.
That hammerhead above is a boat I would cheerfully own, if I had somewhere to park it! As a boat it clearly is a good thing, good designer
well , proven history
. Like any second hand boat I would budget
10% for upgrades/contingencies etc. Even so - what a good value world cruiser. However the market place doesnt work
well for big tris so its a long term ownership
Definitely a boat I could love though!