Westmarine inflatable dinghy with wood transom
Sunbrella dinghy cover
4 hp outboard- four cycle. Mounts on stern pulpit when not in use.
Lifting davit for outboard on stern.
Propane barbeque on stern pulpit
Sunbrella Covers for outboard and barbeque.
Folding stainless boarding ladder with teak treads.
Stainless flopper stopper with bridle.
Attaches to spinnaker pole at anchor.
Cruising custom dodger with sunbrella fabric and windows with covers.
Cockpit sunbrella sunshade with side curtain, removable.
Cockpit table, removable with support socket in cockpit sole.
One personal reason I prefer lines lead aft is that it makes it safer to launch and retrieve spinnakers when sailing solo or two-up. As a bowman, primarily, I’m quite comfortable doing these things from the foredeck, if there’s another person on the halyard. But if I have to tend to the halyard and spinnaker sheet at the same time, I don’t want to be balancing on the foredeck, trying to shove the exposed kite down the foredeck hatch; positioned in the back of the boat I can bring the kite down behind the main and straight into the comparatively protected cockpit.
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