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PS34 and 8' Fatty Knees

Does anyone know for certain whether a Fatty Knees will fit on the forward deck of a PS34, turned upside down over the hatch? The boat has a furling staysail, so that would remain in place.

Also, do you have experience or second knowledge of anyone using a hard dinghy such as the Fatty Knees versus an inflatable? Anticipate coastal cruising as well as occasional off-shore sailing.

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