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Old 23-11-2013, 23:38   #16
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Re: flat deck vs. raised cabin ?

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It cracks me up when old threads are rebooted and no one seems to notice
Hi Coconuts,
Maybe, these concepts are , in fact, continually relevant?
Or on the other hand , perhaps some of us have become unstuck from time, as you perceive it, eh mate?
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Old 23-11-2013, 23:52   #17
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Re: flat deck vs. raised cabin ?

It usually means that somebody has done a search, found something relevant, and just posted. No harm done, and we have so many new members that perhaps have never read this thread that it continues for a while.

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Re: flat deck vs. raised cabin ?

With your height, and the fact that you plan on doing some serious cruising I'd recommend the Morgan 38. You'll definitely be more "at home" with the extra cabin light, head room, and comfort of the cabin. As far as the portlight seals definitely check them over, there are some pretty good how-to's for replacing the seals. Hit me up if you need some advice or help!
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