Food for thought;
There are many topics on the forum about weight, hull modifications, adding this or that, improving, removing, etc, etc. A story of a little ferry (20-30 person, can't remember exact) hit the press a few seasons back about how it capsized instantly from the combination of passengers sliding to one side and a small wave from another vessel hitting it at the same time. It was a very small old boat and was in, I believe relatively calm lake water. Can't remember the details except for the reason it rolled, it had a topper put on and modified to be a little ferry boat. Point is; Many died and the cause was the boat was modified, became top heavy, never re-inspected or re-evaluated to take the modification, thus it was very unstable for its new use.
I remember this story whenever I add stuff to my boat, I have kayaks and a dinghy on the roof, radar, and a big cover on the back. If you remember this story you know what I mean about changing things and what can happen. -Just something to think about as we start another season.