Hi all, first time I'm here, just got into Hobie-cating
with a H16 and I love it - BUT I have the same problem here with the delam issue, now I thought the foaming was really a good idea - should add major stabilty and in case it still breaks somewhere outthere it would stay afloat
ok it expands, thats why it would be good to know the volume, as I understand it would explode - but only if you put to much foam in there. I take the wild guess of 20lbs foam per hull (so about 10cufeet) as pretty close.
the weight issue I would accept having only 2 skinny persons sailing it anyway.
I certainly don't want to lose that baby by blowing it up, what about drilling one or more small "breathing holes" or even injection holes which can be patched afterwards?
What about not filling the entire hull but only the weak part?
well greetings and I guess u'll see me here more often from now on