Multi-Hulls

 The catamaran is a perfectly distinct variety of vessel, having its own peculiarities and characteristics, and any attempt to cross it with the old form of yacht results only in a mongrel production having none of the advantages that make the catamaran so attractive, and retaining all the bad qualities of the single-hulled yacht, with unwieldiness and ugliness combined. The catamaran should be preserved always in its pure form. ‘Tis a light, airy, fantastic machine for flying and floating… cruising in the catamaran is both pleasant and practicable.

Nathanael Herreshoff, The Catamaran Chronicle (1877) source

 Amazonia 

 72 ft. | 14 guests 

 Douce France 

 138 ft. | 12 guests 

 Akasha 

 76 ft. | 10 guests 

 Bold Spirit 

 48 ft. | 8 guests 

 Solstice 

 47 ft. | 6 guests 

 Maevie 

 57 ft. | 8 guests 

 Motu 

 60 ft. | 8 guests 

 Royal Hawaiian 

 55 ft. | 6 guests 

 Rapa Nui 

 60 ft. | 8 guests 

 Tamara 

 57 ft. | 8 guests 

 Blue Moon 

 73 ft. | 12 guests 

 Fai Manu 

 50 ft. | 6 guests 

 Rataplan 

 42 ft. | 4 guests 

 Lone Star 

 85 ft. | 12 guests 

 Magic Cat 

 82 ft. | 8 guests 

 Vavea 

 57 ft. | 8 guests