Boat Review March 2017 Issue

Fast Cats Call for a Constant Watch on the Main

When the heeling moment of a multihull overwhelms the righting moment, the boat’s going to turn upside down. The optimist points out that you’ll still be afloat, albeit inverted. The bottom line is the cruise or race is definitely over and the trick is not getting trapped under in the cockpit, side deck netting or tangle of a crumpled spar and rigging.

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