Dam it that was my question!
You have put in a ton of work on that rig.
Its looking good but you have giving up storage and rod storage. Your house only fits one person. By now you may have learned that you can't see through that front window when it snotty out there. You need a wiper.
Oh Karl, see normally I would just brush off any such negativity that’s brought my way but, I apologize in advance for this response.
1- I design this for my needs not Karl’s
2- it’s easy to find flaws in anyone’s work even major Boat manufacturers
3- I said it is almost wrapped up aka it’s not finished
You also forgot to mention that it is not an aerodynamic design....but here we go.
As for the storage comments I added a fishhold and storage in the deck for my tools and what not as well as little pockets in the half cab, that means there’s more storage then there was initially
Rod storage- the 9 rod holder that are currently available I agree are not enough and when I finish the roof supports more will be added, I have no need to physically store any rods if that’s what you were referring to.
The cab- it is not intended to actually fit anyone, more to keep out of foul weather it is 31” wide I’m not sure about you but I am not 31”s wide.
The wiper- I went with a window that slides down half way for airflow, and I really don’t Intend using this rig in any such snotty weather but thank you for the bashing of my build I appreciate it
I just hope you and others like you (negative people) don’t get in the way or make people think twice about building or posting there builds because nobody is as perfect as Karl..
as far as the aerodynamics of the cab I wanted it to look a certain way and it’s a cruiser not an offshore race Boat.