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I went from a 30ft. mono to this. I still can't fill the storage areas;) .....i2f
 

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It has a V berth and 2 symmetrical aft cabins all king size beds, a head with shower in the forward cabin and a head with shower in the salon.

The furniture is all Divinycell glued onto marine plywood on bothe sides then Cheryy wood veneer on top, all press glued.









front cabin head


salon head








 

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1973 P30



Photo was taken on New (Old) Boat Day. The old-school VHF was replaced with a more modern unit and the fire extinguisher mount was replaced with one in another spot where it wasn't in constant danger of being ripped off the bulkhead. We also cleaned her up quite a bit.
 

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Womboat

aka Silver Raven

all Australian native timbers. not bad for 34' though not as roomy as your more modern jobs. Head is aft , v-berth foward, quarter berth aft.

v-berth is too pointy. double quarter is stupid cos the steering quadrant is in there as well.

galley ok for the size. fridge in galley, icebox under chart table. Now has a Force 10 with oven instead of metho. Force 10 , quite frankly , has been disappointment in some ways.

Quite comfortable to a couple short to medium term.





 

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We're trying to figure out the best place to mount a "retractable" dining table on VENUS, as we have no table at all. Either the pilothouse settee, or somehow attach to the compression post in the galley area below. Other than that, she's perfectly comfortable for my wife and I... Gets a little on the crowded side when the two teenage daughters come along! :D The back of the settee across from the galley swings up to make upper and lower bunks.
 

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