Thank you, lots of ideas and specifics. I'm surprised the guys (some) have so many shoes. I was trying to select 4, one dress/casual, tennis shoes, hiking boots and my Sperry's. But then I have two pair of water
shoes for the kayak
I forgot and as mentioned above, swim fins (I'll call those equipment
necessary for hull cleaning
with her instead of recreational items, I'm trying to plan the toys to take as well, lol).
Never thought about buying
as needed, makes sence.
shoes were always stored in the cockpit
cubby holes along with wet gear
. Seems wet swim suits, t-shirts and such dried quickly folded over the windshield (power boat) or lying on deck
I think a duffel bag will be needed, I agree about no boxes on board, such would be the dirty clothes/laundry bag.Maybe a netted bag would be better.
I'll try to get those vacume bags, great idea.
I saw a curling iron mentioned (wish you hadn't mentioned that, I was hoping she'd leave it, lol) a real power sucker.
I'm seeing a messy boat and don't like that, I'd rather not have a shoe bag hang inside off the head
door, or the berth being the utility room, seems like an excuse for a larger boat. Reminds me of vacations as a kid going camping and me riding on top of stuff in a '55 Pontiac station wagon, my mom took everything except the kitchen sink....even a rake to rake leaves and stuff away from the tent site!
I guess when you get out there and find you took too much you can always get rid of it, probably better than not taking something and then needing it.