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I guess what I am looking for is the smallest possible boat that still has a berth I can sleep comfortably on with another person.

I don't need luxury or fancy fittings, just like the idea of going on over night trips.

For example it seems the Beneteau 36CC's bed is too small because it come to a point.

a small place to cook would be great too

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As Faster mentioned a budget might help but you are highly unlikely to find full size berth , decent galley etc in anything much under 40' and probably a plus 44' centre cockpit.

Ignoring anything else about the boat you might check out the Beneteau 423. They have a pretty good forward cabin and a decent galley, particularly in the two cabin version. Beneteaus in the 45 - 55 foot range should easily qualify.
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Thank you for all the information everyone.

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Are some convertible dinettes easier than others?
On my Catalina 36, I keep the dinette down at all times for use as a "pit sofa". There is a 2 person game table starboard to use for dining. I tried to post a photo, but that never works for some reason.

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