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Old 08-19-2011, 05:51 PM
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The issue for us mainly is the entrance. I'm considering doing a step down such as the SE and the Sunsation shown has. Just wish my tank was 6 further back. It would make getting in SOOOO much easier.
X2. I really like the step down in the Sunny, especially the way it starts in the cockpit, as well as the V-berth. But I don't know if you could even sit in those seats with the limited height.
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All of those look nicer than my cuddy
My cuddy is finished nicely and in great shape but it's a pain getting in and crawling around. I know these 24/7s are small boats and space is limited, but I would like to maximize what I have.

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That's basically what mine looks like only there are 5 cushions and a little compartment underneath each one.

What does the entrance to you guy's cuddy look like that make it challenging to get in there, something like this?

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That's basically what mine looks like only there are 5 cushions and a little compartment underneath each one.

What does the entrance to you guy's cuddy look like that make it challenging to get in there, something like this?

Mines not quite that bad as the door is flush. This is the only pic I have showing it.

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Here's a few pics of my previous boat. The Super has a step down into the cabin, which make the cabin way more usuable. Storage under the V, and up front.
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Here's a few pics of my previous boat. The Super has a step down into the cabin, which make the cabin way more usuable. Storage under the V, and up front.
Thanks! Could you actually sit in the seats? A Super may be a little taller than a Pantera?

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My Python is laid out similiar to the Superboat in that you step down. The only issue is that the opening isn't very wide to get your shoulders through. On my side seats you can sit without hitting your head but then again I'm only 5' 10" and 190lbs so I'm not to tall. The only pic I have is to small to see anything. I'll try to get some more and send you.
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My Python is laid out similiar to the Superboat in that you step down. The only issue is that the opening isn't very wide to get your shoulders through. On my side seats you can sit without hitting your head but then again I'm only 5' 10" and 190lbs so I'm not to tall. The only pic I have is to small to see anything. I'll try to get some more and send you.
Could you possibly measure the headroom at the seat? Thanks!

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Thanks! Could you actually sit in the seats? A Super may be a little taller than a Pantera?
I'm just shy of 6' and I could sit up in the very front (closest to the bulkhead) of the cabin/cockpit.
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