Re: Lets have a chat about multis.
Originally Posted by jorgenl
Because when entertaining guest they are often in the cockpit. That way the cook can interact with everybody else and no need to pass things up via a companion way a'la monohull .
To be honest I don't get that. Remember that I do more than half the cooking on the Womboat and I'll still lose the galley from the saloon and put up with the isolation. Reality is that in our case we only have guests on board in the warmer months if only because not too many people can be bothered going on a boat when it is cold. So, nine times out of ten at least we'll bbq so cook is already amongst the action.
If it is just the two of us on board then we'll often be cooking together or we'll do a set and forget meal such as a casserole or roast. Even in winter we'll still often use the bbq.
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Last edited by tdw; 02-07-2013 at 09:34 PM.