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By submitting your bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. By clicking Confirm, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder.
By clicking Confirm, you're committing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder and have read and agreed to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. A Compass 28 or Clansman 30 are both great go anywhere cruisers "alot of bang for ya buck" and there easy to singlehand. Yeah your right there Romona, i would definitely be getting a survey done on any boat i choose. What im really looking for is something with a sound hull, good rigging and a interior that needs a good work over.
Bit of a conflict of interest as she is mine and I am selling her, however, look at the Triton 721 Extended on Yachthub. Try the folkboat experience they are seaworthy and I have spent more on mine than I like to tell, solar panel. Nice Twister for sale in Queensland, bit expensive at 45 grand but its a larger folkboat derivative.
If I am not mistaken, the later fibreglass production Folkboats like Anthony's have head room in the main cabin.

Whiteout is a International Folkboat and It doesn't have a lot of headroom but if you want you can standup outside ha ha ha.
The M26 is easiest to spot by looking at the cockpit placement - it is further aft and is almost hard up against the transom.
There's also the original Nordic version for the purists which has even an even smaller cabin and less headroom than all other variants. I seem to recall the Marieholm 26 has an extra 2 inches of freeboard in the hull which makes them slightly longer as well. My next yacht will be larger if only to get standing headroom and its going to have a sliding overhead hatch. The compass has similar lines to the folkboat but has more space inside and you have a much more sound hull and alot less maintenance being fibreglass. I like little boats for many reasons but for live-aboard Im over little boats for reasons greater then reasons for having one. Good luck Davox on finding your "dream" beware on buying a fixitupera unless you have ALOT of time and money because your dream could be shatered and turn into a nightmare!
As far as my lady is concerned the westsail is still winning hands down, nice and beamy in the cabin, and easy to get around on deck. Its a beauty that prism its going in the forepeak to lighten things up as its a bit dark up there and its a bit of bling.
Bye the way cisco, excuse me for being a bit paranoid, but why did you say that your VDS would definitely be at the bottom now?
You've read and agreed to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase your maximum bid amount. I would have no qualms about purchasing a yacht built in other mediums with out a survey but steel can hide many sins.
The VDS you pointed out would be a great (and logical) choice, but there is too much work and time involved for me at the moment. The photo in Anthony's avatar looks like an International folkboat.I'm sure Anthony will be along shortly to put us right.
You have to be willing to sacrifice something when you live on boats and this is the basis of sailing you always want a bigger boat at some stage but you have to sail it yourself without crew at some stage and you want a boat that is seaworthy, wateritght and functional.

The fitout is really good but dosent have a comfy couch which I think is a must have on any boat that you spend alot of time on. Im currently building a 42 and it is so much more liveable has more everything and heaps of deck space for the toys! I have a wonderful and understanding woman by my side, but i think ( i know) i would be testing her understanding in something like the triton or folkboat! He reckoned you got that deck prism way too cheap especially since the "Bundaberg Seagulls and Ancient Mariners Society" had their eyes on it for something to light up their club rooms being as how they can't afford to have the electricity on. Also has a 9" bowsprit so shes very manuverable when weighing anchor and also setting up the windlass so its easy to weigh anchor single handed which is a must for me. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Swanson 31 Carmen needs an interior clean up in Townsville for 34 grand or a nice old Swanson 32 in Mackay for 19 thousand. They usually seem to have inboard diesels which can be good or bad depending on how you look at it (eg I'd love to have all that storage space that Whiteout's got where his engine isn't!) I think the hull is the same though. Or if you like timber boats, there's the Stella which again is essentially the same boat but usually with standing headroom. This is our first boat as we are pretty new to this cruising lark, so we don't have much to compare it to, but i thought I would let you know how happy we are with its perfomance and liveability.
Keep an eye on Yachthub, buyers market and some awesome cruisers come up from time to time. Its a shame we never got boats like the Marieholme 33 in Australia, its the "grown up" folkboat. My quarter tonner is much larger inside than a folkboat but no headroom and no overhead hatch.

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