That's my problem with it too. If it were a 27, I'm not sure the build would have taken that much longer, but there the designer added a head and a galley, and I'd be all over it. Is there a name for the thought process that leads to this? I've noticed several boats that have the same kind of problem. Absolutely beautiful construction(or refit) sparing no expense or effort, but at a relatively small cost savings over a slightly larger boat, only (I'm guessing) to ultimately realize that they would like a bit more elbow room or have a partner who says they need more space, which is when they end up for sale cheap, where the rewards of putting so much money in would be higher on the slightly larger boat.It’s a winsome boat. Looks cozy with the heater going. If it were in my area I’d look at it,...but would conclude for that money I could get something more useful.
If the goal and the enjoyment was in the building then the owner spent his money well, the same is unlikely to be true of the small boat refits.