When it comes to line of sight, not even going to the point that its pretty important to avoid collisions/ get a good view of what the wind is doing and of course, avoiding running aground…ACC:
I had checked the line of site for the person sitting in the jump seat. The wife of the owner. I wanted to be certain she had a clear view ahead. I find it's the kiss of death to almost be able to see out a big window. They cruise as a couple with a dog. Many of the comments assume there are more people on board. That will be extremely rare.
If you re-calibrated his depth sounder during commissioning, he would just be cursing the 'wrong' soundings on the chart plotter...if you gave him the 6'4'' draught of the Valiant instead of 6' on the GA how would he ever know?Zonks:
He'd know the first time he ran aground.
Chester, do you think she would like to date a younger guy? My first grandchild Brooks Thomas.