....early TI's that didn't include foam. One of the first things I did was to install NRS float bags inside the bow and stern. Both bags are clipped in so they're secure but easy to remove.
How did you clip them in?
I am coming around to the idea put forward by most that a swamped hull with amas in place is not as big a deal as I thought it would be.
That being said....
I have a couple of decent-sized dry bags that somebody gave me and I am starting to load one of them up with empty 1-liter bottles.
For the bow, this seems to work well because the top of the dry bag crams nicely into the tapered portion of the hull while the rest of the bag's diameter is a pretty good match for the hull's ID - and the bag is soft enough that I can slide the Mirage Drive's flippers underneath it if/when I want to store the Mirage Drive up there.
But it would be nice to make that bag stay crammed forward in the bow instead of drifting backwards to where it's floatation might push the fore hatch open if there were enough water in the hull.
So... how did you secure yours?
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