Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Guanaja, Bay Islands, Honduras
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Re: Best small boat for cruising the Bahamas?
well, this guy comes close... Hopefully, you'd have the good sense to step back and have a look at what you'd done, and quickly abandon the idea... (grin)
seems like you'd give up just a bit of performance under sail, to me...
As for a Big A$$ dinghy crammed into a little boat, I'm fix'n to buy the 18' kaboat as my cruising dink. I saw a guy with the black one zinging through an anchorage a few years ago and it's been on my wish list ever since. Fit's in a bag and puts together quick. For many years I cruised with 2 old beat up windsurfer boards on either side of me cabin top. This was decades before the paddle board craze. They are half the width of a paddle board, and super stable with the little keel thing down, and they are free usually. I would sit on it and Kayak paddle around. They also made it easy to cram stuff like jerry cans between them and the cabin top.
" Some are boat wise and some are other wise"