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And there goes the fact that any boat where you get wet is just too small. I understand the need for a screen of somesort. Though in rough water, hope its strong enough. When I was younger and dafter than I am now, used to mess about with power boats, a friend had a mishap with his drove the nose thought a wave taking the screen right off, boat was full to the gunwales, but with bouyancy tanks and foam in the floor it stayed afloat.
I’ve not even got around to wiring up my bilge pump, or sealing the hatches. So fingers crossed I don’t do anything similar!
Seriously though, I take it pretty steady and in the worst case scenario the screen will deflect rather than have to stop a green wave.