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A Cherubini Hunter 33 is not a bad boat, better than many other choices, including other Hunters IMHO. It should be reasonably to liveaboard for a single person and cat. The litter box may be a problem, but many cats have adapted to life aboard a boat.

The electric heater in the winter-time might be an issue, since it is a serious fire hazard.

As for moving the boat, recent quotes and threads have suggested a rough cost of about $5 per mile for moving it, so you're probably looking at about a grand to do so.

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