I have no experience with this boat but seeing as nobody offered any comments I will tell you of my only run in with one.
Met a couple in a boatyard in Florida
where I was painting my bottom. They had just bought an Island Trader
46, their dream boat for going cruising. They told us of their plans to go cruising. In another week or so their dream would come true. They would head
out. They had hauled for bottom painting too but the bottom was in bad shape. Next the through hulls had to be replaced. Then on and on and on. One thing after another. I could see the wife was getting very upset.
The next year when I hauled, the same boat was still in the yard. Nothing much being done. The owners were not around. The following year it was gone. I don't know if they sold it or actually went cruising. My point is that this is a very big boat with an "iffy" pedigree and many things that might not be just right. To think you're going to go cruising and then have to work on the boat for a couple of years will kill most people's enthusiasm.
The boat is very big, tons of surface area to clean and paint
and wax and that's just the start. I hate to lay such a downer on you but if you intend to buy this boat get the best surveyor
you can and go through every inch of the beast. Cosmetic TLC might just be the start of it.