Multihulls include catamarans (two hulls) and trimarans (three hulls).  

The advantage to these boats are shallow draft, speed underway and a lot of liveaboard space.  You have almost twice as much space as a monohull.

One of the disadvantages, however, is you will usually have to pay a lot more for a marina slip unless you have a smaller catamaran with a beam of 14 or 15 feet that can fit in some of the larger slips.

 Larger catamarans like the one in the photo below will usually require two slips in a marina or will have to be tied off at the end of a tee dock.

Bali 4.5

Lagoon 380


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