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Old 11-03-2015, 13:53   #31
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Re: Creative layouts

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Had friends who had the Niagara. It was pretty cool. Although traditional looking, it does have a spade rudder if I remember right... so that's something to think about ... depending on which camp you are in on that.
The other thing that was weird about it was as you went down the companionway you ended up with a big bulkhead right in front of you... It felt weird and very cave-ish as opposed to the open concepts of the E37 etc.
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I can see that. To me it just felt like a foyer or a mudroom before you enter the cabin proper. It also seems kind of unusual to have an aft head in a boat that small but it's something that a lot of people prefer--easy accessibility while on watch.
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Re: Creative layouts

I didn't see it mentioned, but the nonsuch 36 has a ton of room/ pullman and aft head. Very cool boat.

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Re: Creative layouts

I'm not sure this qualifies as creative (and boy is that Gozzard design intriguing) but our Hunter 410 has the athwartships Queen-plus berth aft, a saloon table and u shaped banquette that converts to a generous double-plus berth, with a person-length banquette opposite, and a very comfortable Pullman berth forward, with a head in the forepeak. No V berth in sight.


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