Hey Jones, don't let these filthy savages get to you. Most claimed they never witnessed seas over 10' at CQ/NB a year ago, in a certain post. 10' seas can be challenging, depending on winds and currents. @Elkfins is correct on weather changing...and FAST. If you don't feel comfortable, thinks about it hard.I meant to say 9.5foot It’s suppose to 3.1 meters at 14 seconds
Heck Bob, are you back in town for cooking duty???Newbie says so right below his name. Does not want to get boat wet might ruin the wax job.
Don't know unless you go. Party at the camp grounds. Ooh deep fried fresh Hali and ling cod along wits onion rings and mushrooms fresh coleslaw and a couple of cold ones.
Does green mean go? I’m confused. Gotta work that day anyway
Agreed, for those of you with brand new boats, the best way to break it in and find all the flaws is a maiden voyage in 20+Kt winds and substantial swell. That way you can expose all the weaknesses early and get them out of the way