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Old 03-12-2009
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Show me your cabin!

I'm a sucker for a comfy cruising boat. I'm also in the market for an upgrade. So while I'm sitting here daydreaming about my next cruising boat, let's see some pictures of your insides!

Here's mine:



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Bigger helps, but you can crowd out any cabin.

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I went from a 30ft. mono to this. I still can't fill the storage areas .....i2f
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Galley to port below..


Port forward...


Starboard main cabin


Aft cabin.......'take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Here she is, our 1977 Morgan Out Island 41. We've pretty much completely remodeled the interior ourselves. I've done the carpentry and refinishing and Saltwater Suzi has done all the upholstery and cushions.

Main Salon

The Bar / Freezer Refrigerator

The V-Berth

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Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice Giulietta is just really nice
It has a V berth and 2 symmetrical aft cabins all king size beds, a head with shower in the forward cabin and a head with shower in the salon.

The furniture is all Divinycell glued onto marine plywood on bothe sides then Cheryy wood veneer on top, all press glued.









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Photo was taken on New (Old) Boat Day. The old-school VHF was replaced with a more modern unit and the fire extinguisher mount was replaced with one in another spot where it wasn't in constant danger of being ripped off the bulkhead. We also cleaned her up quite a bit.
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