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Actually, I understand that for a production boat the quality wasn''t too bad. As I remember they had some problem with water leaks around the lights (windows) and through the hull/deck joint.
The glass lay up was better than average, again for a production boat. You''ll want to have the hull inspected very carefully. Bad glass can ruin your day.
I have known a few and read about a few more here that, though they were aware of some quirks and tolerable problems, overall they were happy with their boat. You should speak with someone who owns one and get their opinion. Just be sure they have owned their boat for some time and that they USE IT for something other than a seagull and pelican roost.