Yes it does. We are thinking about it but have three concerns:
1) Electric stove/cooktop - wife says she absolutely must have gas cooking. I imagine we could put in a Force 10 for about $3,000 with parts and labor.
2) No watermaker - we can live with this 'cause I've installed watermakers in other boats but it is something to deal with and spend $8,000 or so on.
3) It is in Rhode Island (a small state in a part of the nation I was only vaguely aware of) and is about as far from San Diego and our desired Sea of Cortez cruising area as possible
Seriously - we could easily sell our current boat in San Diego and then start our cruise in Rhode Island during early summer and then end up in Florida after Thanksgiving. And, avoid those pesky Panama Canal fees, California Use/Sales and Income Tax.
But, I don't know if we want to deal with a cross county boat purchase when there is a beautiful Selene 53 for sale just a few miles up the coast. It is 5-years newer and has 1,000 fewer engine hours.
We are so confused with too many very nice options!