No Cabin, No Sunpad, No Problem
definately on Lake Erie for spending the night at the islands
I need a V-birth. I over-night on my boat almost every time I go out on it. I love sitting at the marina after I get back and finishing everything in the cooler, sitting by the hot-tub and going back to the boat with the girl... I wouldn't have it any other way...
We have never stayed overnight on our boat but with a kid under the age of 10 and wife the cabin is a must have. Our cabin is bare bones (no tv, ac, vacuflush, or any of that foofy stuff). It has a couple cover girl type couches, a v berth, a sink (has never been used), and a compartment for a cooler. I like it that way because I can run the boat as hard as I want and not worry about a microwave landing on the floor.
I can see if you have a crusier, 10 pwc's, a ski nautique, and a bass boat you might not need a cabin because you would just use the cruiser when rafting up or whatever. But, we only have one boat at the moment so it has to at least have a spot to get out of the weather for the wife and kid.
Last edited by baywatch; 01-03-2011 at 01:13 PM. Reason: bad spellage
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I guess it depends on what type of boating you are doing and who with. For me it is a must. I need a place for all my crap, plus the girls get changed, bathroom etc. Plus I find myself all of a sudden slepping on the boat. If you have one and you need it you are all set and if you need one and don't have one you are screwed. Plus resale must be considered.
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We have never used our boat and not spent the night on it.
I know, fountains are the smallest but we still use it to sleep and the sink for brushing our teeth before we pass out.
Don't need a micro wave, refrig, or any of that.
A real head would be nice, I don't care what any body says, humans create waste and there will be times if you boat a lot you need to get rid of it, I don't mind peeing in water but I don't want to be swimming away from my Sh*t! or anybody's for that matter.
If I didn't need a cabin and still wanted a performance boat, I would own a cat, faster and ride better with the same power.
For those that live on the water or have the cash for two boats, that is the setup.
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