Can do what you want easily and not be a camping while doing it. Ours had microwave, A/C, inverter
, adequate tankage, a diesel
stove and grill
We had a aft cockpit
model with 2 quaterberths, perfect for 2 kids
, but then you have the hassle of arranging the salon
each night for the adults, but you have a large berth then, and it really was not that big of a deal to do it.
The aft cabin
model breaks the plan up into a small aft cabin and then the salon/head with the cockpit
in the middle.
I would go for the aft cockpit.
Designed by Lyle Hess. This boat has been circumnavigated. It is trailable with a 8 foot beam. But it is NOT a week end boat. You put it in the water once a season then back on the trailer. Putting it in the water is not that easy. A lift
is best. It weighs in at around 12K lbs on the trailer. A truly nice pocket sailer.
Take a look at them. Price for a nice one is around 60,000 but prices change all the time and of course you could spend more, or less.