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Rod Lawson

Hi Fred, nice choice. I love the W28 and if I could have sourced one here in Australia it would have been my choice of boat. They tend to be around half the price of the 32 but certainly aren't half the boat. I saw one here in OZ but unfortunately they wanted way too much. Supply and demand I suppose. The reefer is (or was on this one) under the forward end of the setee and was quite big. Probably a bit inconvenient to get at but still satisfactory I think. Quarter berth looked very functional and I'd think a better sea berth than on the W32 as it is a more confined area. The one I looked at had a shower pan and the head was a good compact size. The best thing about the W28 is the functional use of space. I like a galley which runs length ways. If you want to see one or find out more take a look at Alex Dorseys site www.projectbluesphere.com also the one I saw in Australia which has some good photos is at http://kaweah.bigpondhosting.com
Hope this assists

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