Here are some photos of the interior and exterior of "Georgia," a Creekmore 36.
The aft part of the main cabin house was raised to accomodate a raised dinette to port in the after part of the main cabin. As part of this customization when the boat was built, the cockpit was made about one foot shorter in order to gain more room in the main cabin. Two large windows on each side replaced the single port holes. The galley is to starboard, opposite the dinette. No mechanical refrigeration (ice). The main cabin has two berths as does the forward stateroom. The head is to port. The holding tank is under the port forward berth. A drop-down fold-out table has been added in the main cabin because the dinette really can't sit four people comfortably (shoulders bump into the side of the cabin house). The table can be dropped, turning the dinette into a double berth. She is steered with a wheel. The boom was shortened by several feet in order to reduce weather helm. She has a centerboard. She now has a Westerbeke/Universal M35B diesel engine. If there was a baby stay, there is no evidence of it now. She carries a roller furling genoa.
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