Re: More Micro Questions
Back in the states. Point your browser here:
You'll see a scale drawing of an LM with a scale. You can use a ruler or sheet of paper to measure the dimensions of the LM interior. Even better, you can see how things would look if you moved things around. I saw one person (Pryor, in Australia) who slid the berths forward and created galley space in the aft end of the cabin. I would consider sliding the berths aft (maybe 3 feet, maybe more), under the cockpit, and using the free space in the bow-end of the cabin for a private head/galley. Just check for sufficient head room. Anywho, the drawing will give you plenty of time to tinker around.
I haven't sailed in TX since arriving last summer (I live a little north of Houston). I'm still weighing the benefits of putting-in at Clear Lake on Galveston Bay, or just plopping into Lake Conroe. Probably won't make a decision until later in the summer. I'm hoping to take the LM up to Lake Huron for some sailing this summer.
Bill, Long Micro Pugnacious
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tom" <tomoll@...> wrote:
> Bill and Loy,
> Thanks for your responses, information, and suggestions - it all helps a great deal to put things in perspective. I suspected that significant interior layout modifications would be a challenge, but I am encouraged by what I am hearing none the less. An aft end of cabin head sounds very possible. Bill, when you are able, some actual interior dimensions (measured or from the plans) would really be appreciated - no hurry - whenever it is convenient for you. By the way Bill, I really enjoyed your videos on YouTube - great stuff - please post some more when you can!! Where do you sail in TX?
> Thanks again,