Gonesail's right. The chainplates are embedded, but have weep holes. Any stains on the inside of the hull
, or rusty water
dripping out will give you a clue as to whether the owner(s) rebedded the chainplates at the deck
exit on a regular basis. I think the whole layout of the 350 is a bit crowded, but that's just opinion, and easy for you to figure out for yourself. If you can swing it financially, the additional room in the 380 makes the boat a lot more livable for long-term cruising, in my opinion.