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This vessel was built to standards unheard of today when fiberglass was in its infancy. The builders used woven roving and cloths that were hand laid. Each piece was wetted out with resin and then hand squeeged to remove the excess resin keeping the resin content low created a strong world cruiser. She has two cabins for privacy with an aft cabin complete with her own head. The forward cabin has 6'10" head room which is very rare with todays modern designs. Vincent would make a great offshore cruiser, liveaboard or remote work station.
Center cockpit with custom helm seat and guest seating port and starboard. Hard top dodger to keep you out of the weather. Opening forward cockpit windows for ventilation.
Entering thru the forward companionway you have the galley to port and counterspace & top load refer directly across to starboard. There is a sette with single berth forward.. Forward of the galley is a custom retractable teak work station with computer monitor. There is a single sette to port as well as a diesel heater on the forward bulkhead. Passageway forward leads you to a cluster of custom drawers with enclosed head directly across. Large forward double berth with lots of custom wood work.
The aft cabin has its own entry door aft of the center cockpit with a double berth, lots of built-in drawers and enclosed head.