Took the Bravo to Mission Bay yesterday
Great day for sailing
Flipped it on the beach... wth!
Then flipped it 20' from shore when taking off, losing my hundred dollar ray ban sunglasses
Got the hang of it and practiced flying on one hull for a while
then I figured out that it actually goes a lot faster if you hike way out and try to keep both hulls in the water
then halfway through the day I noticed the boat was plowing completely under the water when hitting wakes then porpoising back up out of the water
I realized I had left the drain plugs out and the boat was completely full of water
I got it to a beach and opened the back hatch and my registration came pouring out with a fountain of water.
I drained it for 30 minutes or so and while I was there two boats were racing, hauling butt, when the pickle forked boat nose dived at speed, flipped, and sank
thankfully there were only minor injuries
I got back back to where I had my stuff and somebody had stolen my best fishing pole and reel.
It was time to pack up and I realized i had left my sandals on the beach, they were gone now, and I had to hike way across the asphalt parking lot in bare feet
I just flushed out the inside of the boat with soap and water and put it on its side on top of a tire to drain, when I got back to take it down there's a big round dent in side of the hull from sitting on the tire
all being said... I can't wait til next weekend!