Very liveable as I remember, I havent been on one in years. Fairly high freeboard as I remember.
Cored hulls are very stiff and strong... when new. They are famous for getting water
saturation very quickly at times... means the core (balsa or foam) may have water in it... depleting the strength and very expensive to fix. A good surveyor
can find this. If no problems by now, It may never have any.
Usually water gets into the hull
.. most boats have cored decks) via a fitting that is leaking, a thru hull
fitting in a hull, or the toe rail or rub rail into the hull.
I cant imagine these are great sailors but pretty nice liveaboards.
Boat info here: http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=1914