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 capsized 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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