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Originally Posted by TAK View Post
For the record - the Caliber 38 has a Pullman too. Its a feature I sought out and like on mine. There is no lack of ventalation on mine and like the forward head configuration. - as for not getting two people in there... rubbish. Most the time thats hardly an issue but also I am no small guy and me and my GF fit in the shower (which is 1/2 the forward space) together just fine. Just sayin.
Tak....you talking two people in the shower or the berth ?


One thing to consider here is location. I'm sure, for instance that if your cruising ground is PNW US/Canada the coziness of the pullman is not going to be an issue but spend a few weeks in the Australian summer and it could be another story.

As I said before my preference is either a forward island or a foward v-berth that you can sleep in with your feet aft.

Andrew B (Malö 39 Classic)

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Last edited by tdw; 03-24-2009 at 07:12 PM.
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