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I had a visitor yesterday who owns a Hunter 26.5 a few slips down - he was amazed at the interior space (including headspace) of the P27. My surveyor commented that the interior space was comparable to many 30' boats.

You'll also find that regardless of whether you think it looks cheap (sacrilege!), it is a solidly built boat.


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I had a visitor yesterday who owns a Hunter 26.5 a few slips down - he was amazed at the interior space (including headspace) of the P27. My surveyor commented that the interior space was comparable to many 30' boats.

You'll also find that regardless of whether you think it looks cheap (sacrilege!), it is a solidly built boat.


OK OK OK!~ not cheap, plain, plain is more correct, i actually find the lines of the P27, save the rudder, to be very tasteful and very fine~

I just love dark blue on the hull with a teak and white on the top, who doesn't!

i do agree with the white being good for visibility.
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LOL.... and white's fine, except in fog.
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OK OK OK!~ not cheap, plain, plain is more correct, i actually find the lines of the P27, save the rudder, to be very tasteful and very fine~

I just love dark blue on the hull with a teak and white on the top, who doesn't!

i do agree with the white being good for visibility.

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LOL.... and white's fine, except in fog.

LOL, Like i was saying i want DARK RED!

Don't see too much fog around here though.

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