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5 benefits of a modern multihull vs. a traditional monohull

5 benefits of a modern multihull vs. a traditional monohull

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Natural Stability

Those who suffer from seasickness will know the sway of a monohull only too well. Rather than focusing on the horizon for the entirety of the trip, seek out the stability of a Sunreef multihull.

The two hulls of a catamaran offer natural stability while at sea and they donʼt require stabilisers, creating smoother cruising in unpredictable weather and a flatter terrain to accommodate those who havenʼt quite found their sea legs.

Pictured: Sunreef 82 Double Deck

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