I'm eyeing up the eventual boat upgrade options and my yachty friends are all moaning about crane and hardstanding costs. As a dinghy sailer I can feel very smug about this, until it rains and they all dissappear below decks, of course.
So I'm wondering how feasible it is to find something in the 'sweet spot' where it retains the ability to be trailed on the road (as in end-of-season, not on a daily basis) but has sufficient headroom in the cabin to stand up, even if it's only in one spot.
I wouldn't really consider this possible unless I was the size I am- less than 5'6 tall. Seems like this could be of some use to me for once.
After a little research it seems possible to find some yachts which feature the following:
- headroom of at least 5'8 in at least one part of the sabin
- a separate heads, or at least a forecabin with heads
- 'trailerable' for end of season transport and storage at home, saving crane hire etc.
Perhaps my favourite so far is the Offshore 8m. But there must be many more.
So any suggestions which boats can fit within these quite narrow criteria?