Looks as cushie as a typical modern 34 footer. ;-)
But then I know folks who live aboard such boats as a Cape Dory 30 and a Catalina 34 so "comfort" can be a very relative thing.
According to the PHRF something happened between hulls 30 and 31 that slowed them down a tad thereafter. Possibly better interior accomidations.
Charlie P. P31-2 #80 CATNAP
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Last edited by Delirious; 10-28-2008 at 02:00 PM.