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Old 07-10-2013, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default in the cabin when under way?

Do you think it safe to allow guests in the cabin when your under way?

On the berth, or in the dinette?
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Old 07-10-2013, 01:10 PM   #2
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Nothing wrong with that pas...........................Have done it several times, just watch your wake jumping and you will be OK.

It is nice for your guest during bad weather.

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Old 07-10-2013, 04:18 PM   #3
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Not an issue just make sure you have a working CO sensor.
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Old 07-10-2013, 07:31 PM   #4
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some people think the moving boat on plan could be a problem if you hit a sand bar, or a wake.

I never read anything that said you had to be top side while moving.
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As far as the legal stuff no this IS perfectly legal to be in your cabin while moving. It is riding on top on the bow of your cuddy that can be illegal.........

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Hitting a sandbar whether you are on deck or in the cabin can lead to injury, no law against it. As Roger said riding on the bow may be illegal depending on state law.
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Agreed. It is somewhat irrelavent whether you are above or below deck when you hit an obstruction at speed. It is not illegal. In fact, it is the only place a child can legally be without a life preserver while underway. Whether you or the passenger are comfortable with it is another story. Be very cautious about about letting people sit down there. some people are more susceptible to sea sickness when down below while underway.
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The Admiral is down below a lot of the time. Cooking, doing dishes, shower, playing with grand kids.... If the cabin door is closed (when AC is running) I'll bang on it a couple times if I am about to hit a large wake or can't turn perpendicular to a wake. She and the little ones have great sea legs.
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I would not feel comfy with someone cooking in the cabin while on plane.
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I would not feel comfy with someone cooking in the cabin while on plane.
I couldn't imagine how one would cook on plane. Dronthelake said 'underway', but he didn't say up on plane. i'll assume he is making headway speeds at the time. Where I boat, 2-4's are the calmest it gets, it's tough to move around at all when you're banging around in that stuff.
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