If you can find one, a Fantasia 35 (they have a great website, btw, fantasia35.com, I think) has 7' throughout. You'd have to go aboard one to figure out if you could lie down somewhere effectively, but, singlehanding
, you might make it in the aft cabin
. It's got a large-ish parallelogram of a bed.
I concur with another about Morgan
461 (462's are sisterships) but a bit much to singlehand, prolly. It's our boat of choice. My standards which led to this choice was my 6-4 had to be able to stand and lie down (and I required a rectangular queen space to accommodate my wife's kicking which, ironically went away when we had custom Tempur-Pedic clones fabricated by an outfit in Tarpon Springs, FL; I heartily recommend them) in all the usual places.
The other suggestions prolly could work for you, too, but the F35 would be my choice for a single
hander. We looked at several of the others recommended but walked on the bed issue. Not so much for your case...
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