Stepping onboard from the swim platform the well-shaded cockpit features wraparound seating and a complete helm console with wheel, compass and autopilot controls. The sides of the console flip up to make a nice-sized table for alfresco dining. All of the control lines come back to the self-tailing winches located to either side of the companionway entrance.
Walking forward on deck there is plenty of room to move around as you go up to the bow where there is a built-in anchor locker to store the anchor chain and rode. The main anchor is stored ready to deploy on a sturdy bow roller.
Below decks there is a comfortable main cabin with seating to port and starboard, a beautiful teak table, teak and holly flooring, and plenty of light and ventilation. The large opening hatch windows on both sides of the cabin have been recently replaced. There is a small navigation desk on the port side.
The U-shaped galley is just to starboard of the steps with Adler-Barbour refrigerator/freezer, a double-burner Force 10 propane stove with oven, a stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water, and plenty of lockers and shelf space for tableware and galley stores.
Across from the galley on port there is a good sized head compartment with shower. This location is very convenient and just adjacent to the door leading to the aft cabin. The aft cabin has a comfortable queen-sized berth, lockers and shelves, and opening hatches and ports for good ventilation.
All the way forward is a second private cabin with a V-shaped double berth with an overhead hatch.