> We're not talking about a lot of water - I might sponge out a quart after
> all day sail - I think the 19s take on a bit more than that on a choppy
That's very interesting, Dave. I have never, ever seen a drop of water come
up through my trunk. I have been out in choppy conditions, with the hull
slamming down on the water in fiberglass shuttering crashes. I have even
been towed at over 20 MPH over rough chop, scaring the poop out of me and
Dillon dog, but no water.
I can't remember exactly when my boat was built, it was about 7 years ago.
The boat was one of the last P-15's built by Joe Edwards. I had the dubious
pleasure of purchasing it directly from Edwards. It is hull number 1961. I
wonder if there is any difference between mine and yours?
Anyone else with a Pee-15 that takes a leak while it takes you sailing?
Speaking of which: Thank you whomever suggested using a liquid soap bottle
for an on board portable urinal. Works great. Except I felt a little stupid
opening up all the different kinds of soap and rinses to find one the correct
size that fit properly. I had a hard time explaining to the lady in the
grocery store what the heck I was doing.
N. Lake Tahoe, NV