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Old 01-18-2010
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Guys below 6'3" are lil fellas. Not that there is anything wrong with that.

Like someone else said. You need a comfy bed or that trip is gonna be a looong one.
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Hey, I am 6'5" and happy with my Columbia 34 MKII which has 7 feet headroom in the main cabin!
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I have a schucker 437, center cockpit cutter, 6'6 headroom, 14 foot beam, all lines lead aft for single handing, stainless centerboard for shallow cruising, definitely built for comfort not speed, motors at 6k, flat out sailing 7.5, doesn't heel much, pretty much sounds like what you're looking for.
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Hello,
I am 6'5" and I was searching for a sailboat under 35ft with enough headroom for quite a while. I almost gave up, but then I found the Columbia 34 MKII with 7ft headroom in the main cabin. I bought her 2 years ago and she is an amazing boat. Here is a picture showing here at Chief Timothy Park.
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Hello,
I am 6'5" and I was searching for a sailboat under 35ft with enough headroom for quite a while. I almost gave up, but then I found the Columbia 34 MKII with 7ft headroom in the main cabin. I bought her 2 years ago and she is an amazing boat. Here is a picture showing here at Chief Timothy Park.
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Chris
I am also 6'5" and am searching for a 32-37' cat with enough head room.

Did you find many with 6'6" of head room? Think I could live with that.
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