Originally Posted by anjou
MJ, ....you wouldnt have had any problems with a mono........What kind of head
do you have?.......anchors?.........I do prefer the centre cockpits though.
Yes, I could've gone with a monohull
, but then I wouldn't have a Searunner!
Our head is the incredibly simple/reliable Levac. Other than replacing two "valve rebuild
kits" on the diaphragm
hand pump, it's been no hassle for the 13 years it has been on the boat.
We carry 4 anchors. The primary on the bow is a 35# Delta
, and the others are all Fortresses. The small one is for "Bahamian mooring" along with the primary. We have a large one to use as backup, or double up in predicted gales... AND we carry a HUGE "hurricane anchor", broken down in it's bag and stored low in the hull
. (Done "the H drill" over a dozen times now, and still don't like it!)
The center cockpit
has your body on the "center of gyration". It is really cool, kinda like wearing the boat, rather than riding on it's back!