For overnighting, the tent goes on the tramp, with a rain fly held up with the halyard. I have a nice cooler, and use two large float bags for the gear including, single burner stove, lanterns, flashlights, clothes, supplies and food, cooking gear, radio, GPS, safety gear, fire extinguisher, extra parts, line, and misc camping goodies. Also I take on an extra gas can for the 2.5 outboard mounted on a Cheata mount and 5-7 gallons of fresh water. But of course we need to mention the small battery for running lights, solar panel, paddle, umbrella, tarps and rain gear too. The last weigh in for a three day trip was around 400 lbs of it and still plenty of room for two to fly down the Gulf and raft up to a spoil island or beach area for the night. So far staying on the boat seems to be working great. Last weekend was a 75 mile jaunt round trip over night.
I assume you dont race correct?