Originally Posted by ALIAS
And if it does not rotate?
Originally Posted by jaybird1111
Then you should be asking this question of F-27 trimaran
owners, because they have port-mounted fixed outboards. In a nutshell, you learn a lot about choosing your battles and how to back up
Thanks for the interesting feedback jaybird. Trying to fig out how 'asking this question of F-27 trimaran owners' is relevant to a Catamaran
with one fixed engine but then I'm here to learn. Would have thought that having a trimaran with a port mounted engine would be more than a handful to manoeuvre into a marina pen, but hey I'm a newbie to this and that's why the questions.
Also not sure where your coming from with ' choosing your battles and how to back up' is related to wanting a Cat that with the ability to be parked easily at a marina.
Will be down at my local yacht club this weekend which is hosting the National Multihull
Championships and assume there will be a F-27 amongst the brigade and I will check out their maneuverability when they come and go and see if I can get up close and personal and ask a few questions as well.
I like the 'KISS' principle especially when it comes to marina parking and if one 'system' is superior to another, why settle for one that could/will complicate things and as Seaslug Caravan said....' (not always possible to escape from this situation without the assistence of a good lawyer.)