Adams 13 or Adams 15, there are a few alloy ones out there as well...Looking for a new boat is half the fun ! Then it get's stressful after takeover when you find the hidden issues.
We have had 4 cruising boats, even a heavy ferro 40 footer back in the day.
I Sailed on a Cat some distance around NZ and couldn't get used to he motion or the noise or the lack of windward ability in heavier weather. That wouldn't be an issue for many areas. And you choose your cruising area to suit your boat if your sensible.
Also had a 57 foot VDS mono performance hull that did 9 knots off the wind just under a no 1 jib in the trades but rigged as a sloop it was hard to sail short handed and the gear was all highly stressed. So we chose not to sail it back to Australia from the Atlantic and sold it in the US.
Now we are firmly back to slower plodding medium heavy very robust steel ketch the same size as your schooner and of around 43 tons . The next boat will be a while away, we have no urge to change and for coastal cruising we can take a whole tribe of extended family for days and remain sane.
We looked hard at an aging Mac Gregor 65 and also a Sundeer and weren't that keen on either.
Everything is a compromise, Ideally I'd like a centerboard monohull with 5 foot draft keel up of maybe 56 feet on deck and two equal masts. But life is short and I can't justify building my dream boat.