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Posted: 05 Dec 2007 at 11:28pm
Fellow Dolpinites, in the '70s I owned an O'Day Dolphin, one of the early composite models with a glass hull and a wooden topsides. Headroom was quite low. In the '90s, I was in a Yankee Dolphin and recall feeling it was reasonably spacious(relatively speaking, of course). I seem to recall Yankee literature saying it was 5"10". When Pacific took over the molds, did they change anything inside other than a sliding galley option? Does the Pacific version offer about 5"10"? Grateful for any help.
Dick Galland
on Monterey Bay in sunny CA

Posted: 10 Dec 2007 at 8:27pm
I very much doubt they have that kind of headroom. I've got a Yankee Dolphin and it has about 4' 10" headroom. (wife's 4' 11" and she can only stand up strait under the slide hatch)
Yankee Dolhphin Hull #93

Posted: 02 Sep 2008 at 11:28am
This is a bit late on this thread but Pacific Dolphin owner Paul Ingle, Seminole, #284 reports Max "STOOPING" headroom on his boat is 4'71/2"; sitting headroom on port berth, opposite table, with cushion is 3'2'.
Marionette, #12

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