Re: Pacific Northwest & The Inside Passage Cruising
I've studied that one quite a bit, I think it's the only CY I've seen where someone actually added a cabin. I like it, from the point of view that it makes the boat more versatile for one or two people, although I just can't get behind the aesthetics of it. I know it's practically heresy to even speak of a cabin on such a boat, although I still long for it when I think of the wetter moments of SE Alaska cruising. As my wife has reminded me, we have a crew of four, two of which are getting bigger every day, so a boat that is perfect for two simply will not cut it.
Eternal optimist and a slow learner.
19'6" Caledonia Yawl ~ Sparrow
SOF Ruth Wherry
and a new SOF Whitehall too.