The Gozzard at the Annapolis show this year looked like a fine piece of craftsmanship and was very nice on the eyes. I think there's value in this, and same goes for the Cabo Ricos.
Not all boat designs should be reduced to the modern functional essentials . . . I'm glad there are still manufacturers around willing to pay a little homage to the traditional, to craftsmanship, and to esthetics. Combine this with a seaworthy design and competent manufacturing materials and techniques, and I’d say that’s worth a little extra.
If you're interested in a factory new Gozzard 41 check out their website. The buyer backed out of an 80% completed boat due to financial reasons. Gozzard is willing to finish the interior to the buyer's wishes. I understand it has much optional equipment that will go for cost. It sounds like a great buy.