Forget everything you knew about how a "V" bottom handles, especially in a turn. Take it easy at first, theres a big learning curve to a cat. Water can pile up on the outside in a turn and flip you like in sand or snow if you've ever had the pleasure. More like driving a car in a turn. Head in and power out. Do not abruptly let off the power while turning if you can help it. Build yp your speed as you gain confidence and experiance. I'm not familiar with a single engine cat, especially a single outboard but I'm thinking a cat hul is a cat hull. It takes time, seat time. I'm new to cats myself for about 3 seasons now and learning all the time. I'm sure some others with a lot more exp. than me will chime in soon. Maybe they'll tel me I'm wrong?