The wakes from an oncoming trawler were rolling toward us, giving me about 2.5 seconds to make a decision. The maneuver on a center console would be to meet the wake, quarter it and charge on. But in the Rolls-Royce of runabouts, there’s a temptation, given enough water, to change course enough to avoid the wake — you wouldn’t hum over speed bumps in that Rolls, right? For this exercise, though, I treated the Corsair 28 as you would a burgee-less, workmanlike cuddy. The head-on wakes came...and went, with just a tappety tap on the hull. So, I spun around and did it again from a following sea. This is not how you’re supposed to treat a Chris-Craft, is it?