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I'd pay attention to Cams post, he's right on as far as a boat being suitable for the intended use. I'm not familiar with the Seafarer but pretty much I think of boats that size as comfortable daysailers and perhaps overnighters depending on how they are equiped. If you are holding water in gallon jugs, have no stove and use a porta-potty...I'd rather be camping. Should she have those things then consider the engine/motor. Is she designed for an inboard auxillary or an outboard motor?
Best thought, be cautious, take your time, know what's available and consider what you're getting yourself into. A low priced boat could end up costing you big.
Just my opinion, wish you well...MGM
Catalina 387 #29
Rock Hall, MD