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Standing Headroom in a Cat???

Just wondering if any thirty something foot cats have standing headroom in the saloon?

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Yes, many do. The TomCat 30, Maine Cat 30, Gemini 105, Prout Snowgoose 37 all do IIRC.
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Just wondering if any thirty something foot cats have standing headroom in the saloon?

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I am 6'4" and can manage OK in the 02 Gemini I chartered a couple of weeks ago.

You didn't say how tall you stand.

Standing for my wife is easy.
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BTW, most people consider standing headroom in a boat to be 6' or so.
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