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post #13 of Old 02-28-2007
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I looked at a lot of Morgans. I think some here say there are too many problems? I am not the one to ask about that, others know more. But, the problem I had with them was that no matter how big they where, they still had aft quaterberths, no aft cabin. Lots of single berths, pilots etc. Maybe I just never found one that had an aft cabin and they do exist. (well, i was wrong, just found a morgan 462 with aft cabin!) Would you consider a ketch? They make great livaboards and party boats, very impressive with the ladies! They usually have a big aft cabin for the catch of the day. wink,wink. I suggested moorings earlier, but not sure you would find one big enough and in good enough condition under 100k. The beneteau oceanis line puts out tri-cabins. They would be at the top of your budget. Tayana 42, Endeavor, custom ketchs(bruce roberts), CSY?

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