Going to get a lot of shit for this but, personally the RP is a long range cattle boat.If you count on empty bunks for extra storage, avoid 19&20, they store soda, etc in the bottom bunks there. Also, that rear head can get ripe by day 5 or 6.
I've never been in 1 or 2, but am told temp is hard to keep down because of galley.
Really? Now, Maybe its not the Indy (the best layed out and updated boat in the fleet) but of the 9 or ten LR boats its probably #4 just ahead of the RR3 (based on the boat layout/condition only and not the operation)Going to get a lot of shit for this but, personally the RP is a long range cattle boat.
Well, never fished the RP, there's the disclaimer, but haven't fish the Indy either. There's a group of five boats over 100 feet that fish Long Range. Four of them, Red Rooster III, Royal Polaris, Independence and the Big Boat, and for shorter to mid range trips they'll routinely take loads of 28-30 (Rooster) up to 32-35 (RP) except for the higher priced limited load trips.Going to get a lot of shit for this but, personally the RP is a long range cattle boat.
Hi Bill , yes the RP is very similar to the Rooster.Some of that video looks like the RR3 layout. I think whatever boat you ride, one thing for sure, you just get spoiled for anything else.
Talk to the secretary at the office and ask what's a avalaible to you ands it location. There's a state room on the starboard Aft ,next to engine room bulkhead very noisy. Forgot the stateroom number.I been look at a 8 Day on the Famous RP , but need some help trying
to Find their Stateroom Lay Out, any help form
the Guys that have Fished on her in the Past would be Great