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Old 07-18-2008
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My experience is with a a 60' Morgan, it had 4 cabins and 4 heads. The largest cabin was aft and cost the most. There were 2 forward cabins ,(a bunk bed arrangement) and lastly the crew quarters or I say crews closet. The saloon and galley area was fairly spacious. Lots of storage for food and refrigeration. The draft was 7' and weighed 66,000 lbs but never really proved a problem. You can get a 40' cat that has 4 cabins also. Each has their issues the cost will be about the same for either. Hope this helps.
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