Yes, what Charlie said.
Some things to check in general, sorry don't know the model so cannot give any specific problem areas but these are good places to start with any boat (beyond what you already said)
You didn't list this but I'm sure you will be checking the hull
, damage, delaminaion, etc. Not saying these boats are known for that, just something that could cost you to fix.
Then standard other stuff, check the rudder
for play (aside from any slack or
play in the steering
which you should also check), shaft alignment, cutlass bearing, look at the motor
. Are they accessible for cleaning
or replacement if needed? Some boats the tanks
are built in requiring destruction of the interior
to get them out. Look at the glass in the water
separator to see if there is black gunk, water
or anything besides fuel
. Try to take the boat out where there will be some wave action, rock and roll, and look at the bowl again when you get back to see if the rolling stirred up anything in the tanks.
Check the mast
Look inside the lockers, behind cabinets, around the ports
and hatches, everywhere that is hard to see, for evidence of leaks
or water damage. Not a deal breaker but will tell you what you need to seal or rebed down the road.
Bulkheads. Tabbed in tight, no separation from the hull
. Same for the floors.
Shake all the stancions.
Good luck and have fun.