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Wow, Camaraderie...

I just searched "center cockpit" on yachtworld and came back with a bunch...heck, even the ones that are 32 foot look accommodating... I will check out the names you gave me and post later.

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Take a look at Catalina 34's. Nice boat, great owner support group, still in production and they hold their value well. Our previous was an '89. We sold it for a bit more than we paid for it after having all sorts of fun with it for three years.
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Our Bene 361 has an aft. Problems with aft cockpit boats in this size range with an aft cabin, is that the aft cabin is tucked under the cockpit. We love our boat, but you have to be willing to crawl in and out of bed.

Center cockpit boats generally have more room in the aft, but there are other compromises that come from a center cockpit boat.
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Re: the Hardin -- I know a fellow with one. Gorgeous boat above and below. Speedwise, I think driftwood is faster.
That's not completely true, I remember a couple times I beat driftwood, and soundly I may add.
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That's not completely true, I remember a couple times I beat driftwood, and soundly I may add.
Yes, but you had the engine on...that does not count
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AW Alex, you really didn't have to add that, engine on is a given, but the driftwood did put up a pretty good fight. Everything counts as long as you win. Or, at least finish in the top 3.

But then again, when it's howling 50Kts + and you get caught in the muck, nothing better than a big heavy ketch for comfort, don't even spill the julips.
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AW Alex, you really didn't have to add that, engine on is a given, but the driftwood did put up a pretty good fight. Everything counts as long as you win. Or, at least finish in the top 3.

But Ian....please...you raced alone and came in 3rd!!!!
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What's wrong with 3rd if you're racing by yourself, better than 4th.
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That's not completely true, I remember a couple times I beat driftwood, and soundly I may add.
I bet the driftwood usually has the better navigator aboard.
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