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Aft cabin: Lancer 30, ???

Came across the layout for the Lancer 30 a couple days ago and really like it. I dig the aft cabin and fairly open layout.

Do any other boats use an aft cabin instead of a V-berth?
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I would have to agree. Saw a 36' Lancer a few weeks ago. Aft cabin with Jack and Jill head was pretty cool. The V berth which was incorporated into the main cabin was pretty sweet. Really liked the layout.
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Lancer made some odd boats and I'm not too sure about construction levels, but at least they used a viable design at least a few times (C&C for the 30, and I believe Bill Lee [of Santa Cruz fame]for the 36.)

The 30 uses the dinette/settee fwd/cabin aft arrangement that was a bit of a pioneering move at the time.

Other boats with no Vberth would include the Aloha 32, I believe there was a Pearson model that tried the same approach (not sure), and others, more race oriented like the Santana 35 and J36 did not have a real Vberth either.
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