My family owns a Butterfly sailboat. Fun lil mini scow. Anyways it's name is "Over Easy" and its upside down so when its turtled its right side up!
It never fails to live up to its name!
One of my sincere interests is looking at how canal boats got through the many canals of Europe. Yup, scows were used with very low aspect sailing rigs, (plus hinges on the mast(s) to get through the tunnels and under bridges.
I have never sailed a scow as the hydrodynamics seem to be all off for me. But if it works for your family that is very cool.
Please also consider that the most amazing feats in seafaring history were done by a few daring folks in the South Pacific that used ingenious methods to shape a carved out log with outriggers to discover the most remote Islands on this Planet: Hawaii.
They learned long ago to use a Tri set up to insure their safety. We all may like the dual hull concept but maybe other hull shapes with different outriggers can achieve the next page in our need to explore this planet.
Cpt. Slocum was the first human to sail a flat bottomed modded coal barge to be the first to sail around the World on his own.
Good for all of us to think beyond the obvious box.
If the scow can do a 360, you bet, I truly hope it is Over Easy...