"Fairly decent" is putting it mildly, that's a beautiful boat, no question... Not sure I'd want to have to deal with maintaining that brightwork while off cruising in a place like Patagonia, however... (grin)
Not my particular cup of tea, and I need shallower draft where I live, anyway. We rarely see Kettenburgs here on the East coast, but on the west coast they seem to have a very strong reputation, obviously a very capable boat...
Don't forget some lifelines, and storm shutters for those windows, if you're headed for that part of the world, it can get pretty breezy down there... (grin)
I thought you might like it, and the price is very right, and I am not telling where it is or how much LOL. I had noticed that several of the Kettenburgs I have looked at did not have lifelines, and I would definitely want to get them on there before I go anywhere. One had some storm shutters built that were not installed in the photos, but they had a setup to pin them in place and I would do that before I left.
The bright work, the interior wood work, and all of that is part of what I really like about the boat, but yes, it is a lot of work. Fortunately I have friends who own a boatyard and build boats down there, so they also have a covered dock for working on the boat in any weather, and it would be perfect for spending those winter days in August polishing up the teak and the brass and so forth, with a nice hot cup of coffee and a fire in the stove in the shop.
I think that it will do okay for what I have in mind, with a few minor modifications. Of course some people might say that a 40 year old wooden boat is just going to magically disintegrate in the first storm I come into, but I think it might be okay.