Unless I get filthy rich, I never plan to own another boat that can’t be put on a trailer and hauled out for maintenance and safety. This was partly a lesson learned after Hurricane Opal, in which our 27 foot keelboat was slightly damaged. I sailed Dilvermoon over to the Shalimar Yacht Basin, [...]
Posts from ‘September, 2011’
You can see that the cabin now extends almost to the aft crossbeam. This means that a lot more of the cabin is accessible and usable as living space. One of the things I’m trying to avoid is the “tunnel hull syndrome” associated with trailerable cats.