Performance vs Cruising Cats

We're often asked what level of performance you give up when you buy a cruising catamaran. The simple answer is there isn't a large difference in performance.

The context of this discussion comes in response to questions we are asked on a regular basis from people who want to liveaboard and make long-distance passages.

This discussion relies on data that’s readily available on the World Cruising Club website, a cruising association that organizes rallies across oceans. 

Link to the video below to learn about the factors that support this conclusion – again, this is in the context of liveaboard, long-distance passage making.

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