First of all, well done and all that – hope he makes a mint and cleans up all the oceans.
I’ve a more personal reason for hoping this. The “tip-iness” of oceans is more than an eyesore or on the nose – it’s a hazard for small craft. There you are, zooming along, skipping across the waves when wham – some 44 gallon drum has ripped along your hull.
There are reasons for each of the configurations – the heavy mono might escape the drum but if it didn’t, down it goes to meet Davey Jones. Chances are it’s going so slow the accident would not happen. A catamaran is zooming on one hull when r-i-i-i-p-p-p-p and down goes that hull, eventually taking the other one down too.
The tri is a bit different – if it’s the main hull, the floats support it. If it’s one of the floats, then it tips over but stays afloat. I’ve been thinking about this.
Meanwhile, all power to the plastic gobbler.