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Re: Pilothouses (good for wife?) bright and airy

As something of a fan of pilot house sailing boats I'm not here to knock the Nauticat but just don't expect exhilarating performance. However, for a liveaboard where you'd accept motoring or motor sailing at least in light winds, they are a fine boat. Pilothouse does require some compromise re interior space/layout.

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