I've taken a couple of views at shows and it was my choice. Price
forces me to go secound hand. Try the MAHE thread. There are a lot of trans atlantic deliveries now completed with no issues to my knowledge.
There have been queries about the standard of electrics and the helm
seat falling over. This is a boat built to a price
. If you have experience I would suggest collecting her yourself and hiring a skipper
. The manufacturers welcome visitors, you'll read several reports when you browse around.
We were looking for a two person live aboard with roon for guests. We wouldn't plan to get involved in heavy weather
but I was concerned about going for'rd to tend foresail and main.
We've settled on an old Prout 34 that has cockpit
based sailing with deck
work restricted to fixing things and maintenance
. See Two's Company, a fifty foot cat on sale
in the UK at the same price with PBH Multihull's. A lot more boat and a lot more stability. Try Multihullworld as well if only as an information gathering exercise.
The very best of luck and I hope it goes smoothly for you.