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Take a look here and see what you think of the cabin design. The spring in the shear matches the cabintop and there is enough headroom throughout the boat. I own a sistership.
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What does he mean by doghouse?? dodger??
G- A coach roof raised above deck level. I.e.... not flush deck.

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Actually, in this case, he is referring to a cabin roof that has two different levels... where the headroom below changes. If you look at the Alberg 30, you'll see that forward, the cabintop is slightly lower than it is just before the cockpit. You can see it in this photo, about halfway between the smaller forward ports and the larger aft ports:



If a Cape Dory or Alberg 30 had a flush deck, like the Tartan 10, it would have about 3-1/2' of headroom.


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SD, Thanks for the T10 photo, never seen it...

I like the T10!! very much!!!! Nice classic lines....10 for 10 meters??? 35'? nice boat....really

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Needless to say the Tarten Ten has very, very little headroom—probably less than 3'.

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Yes, I have never seen them, but I can see that!!!duhhhhh

My type of boat....for what it is no need for the cabin.....
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Oh, BTW, here is a boat that has a cabin, but no doghouse.

This is a Cape Dory 28, which is also designed by Carl Alberg, who designed the Alberg 30, which is the upper photo I posted earlier.


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I've seen quite a few CD30's go for under $20,000.

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The cored hull issue is a bit of a mystery to me.... I had 2 surveyors look at the boat Both said the hull was solid glass. .... I am going to remove all of the thru-hulls soon so I will know more then.
Southern - even if the hull is cored I'd hope and expect that the builder used solid glass in way of any thru hulls - so you shouldn't see exposed core when you remove them. If you do I would suspect the throughhulls were added after the fact - or the builder took some shortcuts.
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Even if the thru-hulls were added after the fact, if they were done properly, the holes should have been potted with thickened epoxy after removing the core from the area... if that's not the case... it can lead to serious problems.

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