KHSD Multihulls in Puget Sound/Seattle

Conventional wisdom is that as soon as a multi is built here, it sails for warmer climates. Or that they are all store-bought F-boats that have been capsized at least once.
Actually there are a surprising number of KHSD multihulls building and sailing in this area. None have┬ácapsized so far, and the owners are not clubbie so they are not on club memberships. In no particular order, and I must have forgotten several, and I know I’m forgetting a bundle of little daysailors:
49′ cat – Poulsbo
Formula 40 tri- Seattle, for now
45′ cat – Bellingham
45′ cat – Seattle
63’/65′ trimaran – Marysville
56′ cat – Port Angeles
56′ cat – Portland,OR
Chaak 49′ tri – Seattle
Proa 26′ – San Juans
Proa 24′ – Seattle
26′ tri – Bellingham
36′ daycharter cat – Blaine
37′ tri – Seattle
52′ tri – eastside, may not still be on
37′ tri – Bellingham
40′ tri – Bellingham or farther
65′ catamaran ferry – Everett

31′ tri -Port Townsend

27 cat – Seattle

40′ powercat – Tri Cities, OK thats very greater Puget sound.

How about that? Who knew? Let me know if I have forgotten anyone.

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