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Re: Modern Hull forms and Motion Comfort

Jeff- ?do you remember the name or hull # or date you saw the boat in Annapolis? You're right some of the interiors are quite different and a few of the 50 built have been used mainly coastal will rare long transits. However, most have voyaged (usually with two). I went with an interior close to #47 with just a few mods to suit a 6" and 4'10" crew. Personally as said above by Mark more likely to get hull damage at the hard edges then offshore. So I haven't seen any without the aft double quarter berth which seems safe and snug offshore. The galley is a U and secure. One of the things on some of the European boats that held me back was their galleys. Like to lean on something when pouring boiling water even with the cup in the sink. Liked the new Morris a lot but too much money. After 6/2 send me a PM. Maybe we can go for sail.

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