Originally Posted by Ian M
I think that what you are describing as a format is available in any number of hard boats. ... I am thinking well over 10m though.
No I'm not talking that size. What I was saying was to me
the priority would be comfortable, warm, dry, wheelhouse not sleeping accommodation - because for me
the priority would be to use the boat in wider weather not to sleep aboard. There ARE some hard boats which fall into that category. It depends what you mean by 'cabin' which was agreed earlier on to be any of the possibilities.
Originally Posted by biffer
Poly said if he could afford a cabin rib he could afford a B&B. True then he wouldn't need a fridge. Kettle etc unless he was further out
for a man who likes a proper cuppa I would have thought you would appreciate a snack / lunch stop with a brew.