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The US built 36.7 has the aft bulkhead off-center creating a larger double and a single aft cabin. The French built ones had the center bulkhead.
I think all the wheel versions have the off center bulkhead (to make room for the steering gear), and don't believe that any of the US boats were tiller versions. But I expect even the French built wheel steered boats don't have true 'twin' aft cabins.
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