It was only emntioned once previously, I think, but you really should be very cencerned about headroom
. If you have to stoop all time you are in the cabin
, you'll be miserable. If you gravitate towards the more modern boats, you can easily find a 33 footer with 2 cabins and 6' 2-3" hearoom.
The 2 heads are more difficult although I believe they are around. If you really want electric winches - they can be retrofitted or else buy one of the electric winnch handles.
You'll probably also be surprised that you'll find out that having guests staying more than a night or two is a PITA, unless they are sailors also.
We have a 40 footer and well, guest really tend to fill the boat and they get in the way when you are sailing. Mind you, we have guests all the time - but we're happy when they leave after a couple of days.
When I say they get in the way - try tacking with 2 or 3 people in the cockpit
who have no idea what is going on - best to just send them below for a couple of minutes.
in winds or a difficult docking
maneuver is also quite a task when there are people filling up the cockpit
Your boat is out there - especially if you are willing to make a compromise or two. Were I you, I'd join a sailing club or go to one and ask to crew on various boats that seem to meet your requirements.
You'll soon find out what is improtant and what can be compromised on