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post #2 of Old 07-08-2008
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Sleepless in ?

I was a little worried about the tight quarters in a mono hull at first. Surprisingly, with the hatch right above the V berth and feet first in the tightest area it is fine. These experts will have some answers but I may suggest you contact someone who is selling their boat and ask them if you can rent it for a night or two to get a feel at dock. If they are selling they wonít be as concerned about letting a stranger sleep in it. You may be able to get private lessons too but at a larger expense. Donít let this problem divert your dreams or desires. Find a way. Life is too shore for regrets. Good luck!
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