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Old 05-02-2018, 03:42   #16
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I want one,, but wait, the boom is too high, and I will feel isolated on the fly bridge.
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Yeah, but try to use that in heavy seas or convince girls to use it while many guys around )))
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TAG 50 and TAG 60. There's also a Freydis 49 around with a cabin at deck level.
The Tag 60 doesn't have a berth on the main deck. The Tag 50 does, but in a very unfortunate design choice, put it in the forward section of the saloon completely blocking visibility from the saloon or cockpit moving forward. Are you kidding me? Can you imagine how stressful it is to be moving forward at even 7kts and NOT being able to see ANYTHING unless you go outside to look? No way!

The helms are also completely aft to minimize visibility and maximize weather exposure. How anyone thinks this is a good idea for bluewater cruisers will forever be a mystery to me.
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