Yeah - not bad cruising boats at all particularly a well finished boat. Most in Australia
built and then owner finished. There are two near me in the marina, and one in particular is an exceptional nicely finished boat. Sails
okay and is a marvellous live aboard boat for long term sailing. (its for sale
as well by the original owner)
They have limited vision from inside which is an absolute must for me, and are a little heavy for their length but all in all you could do a lot worse. Good ones are fairly expensive, a real good one (after allowing for rigging
replacement sail replacement etc etc) was not much different from my new boat in terms of price
when we were looking so they dropped off my radar
But like I said - definitely worth a look.