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That Acadian's linear galley... with the sink so far forward and outboard you would need to be very vigilant about closing that sink drain seacock anytime you're likely to heel the boat over on a port tack.. instant backflooding otherwise.

Make sure you have decent headroom at the stove (and sink, too, preferably) Stooping to cook and clean up will get old quickly. Most/many smaller boats are arranged so that you are standing in the companionway then - with 'infinite' headroom, presumably. ;)

With a pop-top and/or a dodger you might even have shelter as well.
 
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