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Old 08-13-2015, 09:46 PM   #43
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I'm assuming (we know what happens later) that a v-berth with an insert would be harder to maneuver in/out of at night for that late night trips to the head and that something in the salon would be easier to walk around. Sounds like that's not the case.

I'd prefer some sort of insert for the vberth just for comfort sake, but I'm basing this off of sleeping in a friends v-berth many years....
Baker is right,there are V-berths, and there are forward cabin berths, accessible on 3 sides to a varying degree boat to boat. They can be near to queen size, with no insert required.Even our 1981 boat has side access with a step up either side, admittedly ours is a single sleeping cabin version so the fwd cabin is more generous.
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