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Boats with three bedrooms/cabins if you will, can be had in as small as 32-33' depending upon the brand. 35' is a shoe in for a 3 cabin in most brands. With two kids, and parents, a 2 cabin will work fine for OP's needs. Those of use with 3 or 4 in my case, a triple cabin is nicer. Altho with 3 oer 18.........not that big a deal!

Not sure if anyone mentioned the older C&C's. a reasonable fast and well built boat too.

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I agree with John.. That's what happens on our Catalina 30, is that everyone doesn't get their own "space", so it's pretty inconvenient once people head off to sleep. The layout John described sounds really good. I'd love to see one. The only boats with dual quarterberths I've seen are over 38 feet, and way out of my price range!

Gee, maybe I bought the wrong boat... I'm afraid to even look!
Here is an example of that T30 layout I was thinking of. Apparently it's called the "Side Galley Model". Side galleys are not ideal for cooking underway, but actually work well for day and coastal sailing where you're usually anchored up overnight....

http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi...g_id=1709&url=
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