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Guys look at this:



I know, it is not a sailboat...but it is a nice boat and I want to share something that take me by surprise....not Venice, everybody knows it is beautiful, but the Museum, not any museum but the Naval History Museum.

It costs almost nothing to visit, it is almost empty...and it is wonderful.

Take my word, if you go to Venice, and everybody should go sooner or later, don't forget the Naval museum and if you love boats you will not regret it: From the Bucintoro to the huge rings the Dodges used to throw every year to the sea to celebrate the city marriage with the sea to incredible drawings of warships and beautiful models you have for several hours of amazement.

Yes, it would be strange if a city married with the sea for so many years had not a great boat museum but the fact is that I had already been in Venice and never heard about it.

So now you know

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Paulo,

Most of the issues with the new ride can be sorted in due course. You uiltmately choose your priorities.
As for the galley ... just how much passage making do you intend to do ? The more time I spend on passage for longer than just daylight runs the more I realise that all galleys are a bugger to work in at sea and that unless you are talking passages of longer than four or five days then its best to do most of your preparation before you set off and/or eat simply when at sea. But I'm sure you know all this.
Reality is you'll spend most time at anchor where the only negative of the in line galley is the loss of a settee berth opposing the dinette.

Good to hear your op went well.

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As for the galley ... just how much passage making do you intend to do ? The more time I spend on passage for longer than just daylight runs the more I realise that all galleys are a bugger to work in at sea and that unless you are talking passages of longer than four or five days then its best to do most of your preparation before you set off and/or eat simply when at sea. But I'm sure you know all this.
Reality is you'll spend most time at anchor where the only negative of the in line galley is the loss of a settee berth opposing the dinette.
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Yes, you are right regarding the galley. If a in line galley is well done with support for the back, like the one on some boats, it is not a problem to work there. Probably it is more confortable than a partial side support on the other type of galley and the in line galley has the advantage of a much better storage space for m2 of bench.

Where the real advantage lays is on the two lateral bunks instead of one, two sea berths, or if you only need one, the possibility of choosing the one that is more comfortable depending on the tack and the boat heeling.

Probably because very few make significant use of sea berths, the in line galley is become more and more popular because as a galley is more functional and has more storage space.

Well, that's why my wife likes more in line galleys and I like more classical Galleys. I don't care for the galley, what I like is the two lateral bunks

Take a good look at this one from the Bavaria 40:



Bavaria Yachtbau: 360°-Bilder

Not properly nice but very big and functional, with support to the back and a bar for clipping a waist harness. You have to give credit to Bavaria for this kind of stuff (also for the optional security system for the cockpit and deck).

Almost nobody use it but they continue to do boats like if they were really to be sailed hard and long

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If you are interested in a new 36/37 ft you should have a look at the last edition of "Yacht " magazine or at least buy (on line) their last boat test:

With all the boats in the water at the same time they have tested the Bavaria 36, the Jeanneau 379, the Hanse 385, The Delphia 37.3 and the Benetau Oceanis 37.

The test from the video is interesting even if they only got light wind, at least when they were filming.


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TNT 34, a very interesting Trimaran that promises to have an explosive performance, an apropriated name I would say.

Trimarans are expensive but this one is not as expensive as the Dragonfly 35 even if its interior is simpler and less well finished.

For about 200 000€ some lucky guy will have a boat that has cruising capacity, an incredible sailing performance and a boat that can fold in two ways: For transporting in a trailer and laterally (see the movie) to fit in the marina on a monohull place.
And it is also a looker. I will be waiting for a video of this one sailing, I bet it will be interesting.














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http://www.motorcat.com/wideo-tnt34/tnt34-video.html


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TNT 34, a very interesting Trimaran that promises to have an explosive performance, an apropriated name I would say.

Trimarans are expensive but this one is not as expensive as the Dragonfly 35 even if its interior is simpler and less well finished.

For about 200 000€ some lucky guy will have a boat that has cruising capacity, an incredible sailing performance and a boat that can fold in two ways: For transporting in a trailer and laterally (see the movie) to fit in the marina on a monohull place.
And it is also a looker. I will be waiting for a video of this one sailing, I bet it will be interesting.

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Thanks. When you have it sailing, please post.

The only thing I don't like on the boat is the interior. Yes I know it has to be simple not to make the boat expensive and to keep it light, but I am talking not only about materials but about interior design, particularly colors: They are all wrong for a modern boat of this type. If we look only to the interior we would say that this was an old boat.

The boat interior really needs the work of a good interior boat designer, one used to light materials.





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Nice girl, nice sailing, beautiful movie. She makes it look so easy...well, I have tried that once, it was not so easy



That's Sarah Hebert and she is....well, brave and a bit mad just take a look:

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More two pictures of the Salona 35, while we wait for more:



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