This boat represents one of the finest multihull fishing designs ever built. While rated for up to twin 300-hp outboards, we recently ran a 330TE (Tournament Edition) with twin Honda 225s. After planing in three seconds, we ran at over 40 mph. Being a planing hull, the World Cat doesn't exhibit as much of the hard-to-get-used-to motions as displacement-hull cats. But it still smoothes out rough seas and uses less fuel in the process. The company's patented, Vectorflo hull design traps and concentrates a large volume of air between the hulls to help create lift, resulting in reduced wetted surface, less drag and greater fuel efficiency. A wheel hard-over turn at cruising speed offers a 180-degree course change in about three boatlengths. As with most cats, the hull remains flat in a turn until you really crank the wheel hard. Then the World Cat dips its inside bow, bleeds speed quickly and pivots.