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I guess it depends on the design of the boat. IIRC, at least on the Nauticats, the pilothouse doesn't have a dinette table..the salon below does.. Might want to look at this webpage, which is for the smallest of the Pilothouse Sailboat Nauticats, the 321. It gives a 3-D view of the salon. You do need QuickTime installed IIRC for it to work properly though. The salon is a couple of steps down from the pilothouse. The aft cabin is a bit lower still. You also have to step down to get to the galley, head and forward cabin/v-berth.

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