There is sitting and reclining room below with a total of three bunks. The 38 quart ice box cooler is strapped in place and doubles as a companionway step with teak and holly lid and also works as the seat for the chart table. There is excellent access to the engine under the companionway. Several reading lights are over the bunks and the large hatch on the foredeck opens forward for maximum ventilation. Interior bulkheads are marine grade plywood with white, low maintenance matte finish laminate, trimmed in varnished teak. There is a teak and holly cabin sole.
Boat was docked in New Orleans during 2005 hurricane season. She floated from her slip and came to rest in West End Park sitting upright with her keel in the mud. She had scratches in her gel coat and damage to cabin top handrails with no reported structural damages to the hull or deck. Port side cabin top has 12" x 6" gelcoat cracked area with interior gelcoat cracking in same area that has not repaired. Repairs to the hull sides were made at Cat 5 Composites in New Orleans, LA. Hull repainted and new bottom paint applied 04/09.
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