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M34 - M35 Boom Height

I'm looking at an M34 and also a M35. I'm intersted i knowing the cockpit floor to boom height on the M34. The mast is not on it at present. Previous owner not available.

I was on the M35 for a sail, the owner only brought the main sail with him. It was loose and baggy. Can anyone offer an opinion as to the sailing characteristics of the 35?

The M35 had a pretty low boom to cockpit floor distance. I'm 6' need to install a bimini.

The M35 seemed to be significantly larger than the M34. Any opinons?

Thanks,
Tim
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