Good gravy I’m glad that’s finally over! That was freakin’ excruciating!
Imagine being handcuffed in a small room full of old, bitter, incontinent, neutered dogs that are given free reign, then told to not blame the dogs for the bites and fluids all over you. After all, “you shouldn’t have gone into the room – that I let you in”.
That’s some fine “moderation” there, eh?
My crime? Here it is…
Continue reading The Banstick Coup de Grace!
Here is a post from Sailnet with my good friend, Colemj, where we are discussing the differences between iNavX and SEAiq. I’d just said I didn’t think SEAiq was nearly as good as iNavX. Colemj then explained why he used and liked it. And since Colemj is definitely NOT an idiot – and actually HAS an open mind and TONS of first-hand experience with this stuff – I listen…
Hey Mark – thanks for your input. Yours is an opinion/viewpoint I definitely respect.
I guess I should qualify my comments a bit. My newer iPad is at the office so I downloaded the Free SEAiq app (which gives you a trial of the full USA version) on my iPhone8 and that might have been part of the issue in terms of display. (Note: I had to do this because SEAiq is only available for iOS 10 which the iPad2 doesn’t support – where iNavX supports both).
So first let me address the info I found on this (which shaped my opinion) and then what I saw (which made me draw the above conclusion).
Continue reading iNavX and SEAiq Comparison…
After a bunch of typical chuckleheaded hullabaloo over on SN, we FINALLY got a multihull thread started that has some promise. You can find it here:
Multihull Popularity and Interesting Designs
Now, along with what appears to be a strong (and irrational) general bias against multihulls on SN (which we intend to change) – there is also a metric crap-ton of ignorance. Fortunately, there are a small handful of dudes over there who actually know what they are talking about…long-time cruisers who previously sailed monos and now sail multis.
Continue reading Out-of-Control Multihulls