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- Cons: Saloon not level with cockpit. Saloon and cockpit isolated (narrow door way). Cockpit seating not straight (cant lie down for nap). Cockpit looks small and tight. Prefer open plan kitchen/living (easier to share/communicate, not carrying food/plates up down). Saloon has no view where mast is, panoramic on other boats much nicer). Pro's: Nice would work.
- It is overpriced I believe and that head arrangment in the stbd hull is unsat for me. I do like the galley down though, especially their design.
- small heads and having to climb over the toilet to get into the shower is a no go for me also the hinges on the floor in the cockpit reminded me of stepping on LEGO’s.
- Great quality, meant to be a liveaboard, not a racer. Yes, kinda dated, but no different from the “silver turd” USA brand Airstream camper... yes’ look at Airsteam, dated, with a MAJOR following, BUT about the only camper from the 60’s still selling at high volume, with high resale. I’ll take that over any high-tech boat anyday
- When all things considered (boat is circumnavigation ready out the door), value is not horrible.
- SV Field Trip has been on an Antares for over 7 years (I believe) and their interior looks as good now as when they first started. This boat is built to live aboard and to last a long time which boosted my value for the money.
- Lots standard for the price, but it can still be optioned up quite a bit. I would feel very secure in this boat, but it has the, “The 70s called, they want their cat back.” look to it.
- I like the wood finish but I can’t get over the awkwardness of the guest head.
- Elevated boom, cable railing, poor cockpit, single helm, much that's not included, no front-opening hatches in saloon or helm, expensive, mediocre performance