So I've always wondered this about a proa.
On one tack, the tack with the main float (one with rig on) is to windward, I can see how the boat has such high stability, as the heeling forces are "pushing" the ama(?) down into the water.
But on the opposite tack, when the main hull is to leeward, how does the boat have such high stability? Is it mostly down to the crew's weight on the float to windward? Almost like the sliding seat on an international canoe????
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