Originally Posted by azzurro
Definitely this is my favourite thread.
What's that piece of wood for? Compass and Garmin? Is that an extra compass or a clock? What's that orange thing in the left? What's that yellow and orange stuff beside the manometer?
I put my petrol can in the front for ballast. Also, my huge anchor is kept in a rubber bucket tied there.
This year I replaced my dry bag with a black one, I couldn't find anothet color in Madrid. That's not going to be a lucky idea this summer. I prefer your orange bag.
Wood is the essential raiser block for a Twat 9.8 on a SIB.
Small Silva compass always carried - the larger one is a Silva 70.
Orange bag with anchor and chain.
Dayglo orange dry bags make a great attention grabber if ever needed.
VHF is always clipped to LJ.
Milk container is cut down as a bailer and doubles as a holder for tools and other spares. Pretty much the other stuff is as everyone else carries - folding bucket, valves, repair stuff, carabiners, charts, paracord, guages, wire, torch, multitool, knife, fishing kit...etc