The gas engines explain my initial reaction to the seemingly lowish asking price. Nothing inherently wrong with them IMO, my boat is a gasser, just go in with your eyes wide open. Again, get a survey.
Yacht Survey Online: David Pascoe, Marine Surveyor
The above link will take you to the David Pascoe website. Not sure that anything "Mainship specific" will be there but it is good meat and potato's reading for anyone seriously interested in boats. He is pretty opinionated and caution against treating everything as though it was gospel but it'll give you a good head start in research.
Fair warning though, the difference between a boat and a cottage is the cottage will appreciate in value, boats are depreciating assets that demand lots of maintenance. Translation, money eaters. Lot's of fun though too.
As to my opinion of the boat itself, I have none. Boats come in every shape and model for a reason. It's what you think of it after researching your options that matters. Talk to your insurance company and ask them about the boat and find out what they will require. Their needs vary by company and may require you to be checked out by a licensed captain prior to going solo. Chartering a boat for a week will tell you more about your wants and desires than anything else you can do. Get away from the snow and head to Florida and charter for a week and you may find this boat will not work for you. Then again you may find it perfect too.