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When i read your original post i had to laugh a little.... My Mac 22 is similiar in that there's no room to stand up but it does have a pop-up that gives some opportunity..
there've been a few good suggerstions like sleeping in the cocpit, picking your weather, ect. Something I'd add is add cabin fans and a battery with a solor charger, they're not terribly expensive and make a big difference.
One other thing, that small of a boat will require that you be organized. Get some bins for yoy equipmaent, kitchen stuff, health, food, and first aid, ect. You'll have a n easier time finding things and because you cabin is cramped things will move around but in the containers you'll find them easier.
THe surest thing is you'll have a lifetime of memories with the whole family! Stay with it!

Stay Cool,

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