Double size matters in the v-berth with plenty of storage on the port and starboard sides of the v-berth. There is also shelving that runs along each side of the bed. There is also space for storage underneath the mattress pad.
The main salon u-shaped settee with dining table on the port side and a long bench on the port side. Underneath the u-shaped settee are three plastic water tanks. Underneath the bench on the starboard side is a stainless steel fuel tank. starboard side.
A galley equipped with a 3-burner propane Triton stove. A top loading refrigerator / freezer and double stainless steel sink, that is round in shape. There is ample storage cabinets and drawers within the galley. On the port side is a a dedicated navigation station. Underneath the captains chair is storage for manuals, safety equipment. To the left on the hull is the instrument panel, stereo and VHF.
After of the galley is a queen size stateroom equipped with a hanging locker and drawers. On the port side behind the navigation station is the head with a separate shower. Beyond the shower is a long storage locker for your sails, additional lines and tools.
The engine is located underneath the stairwell in the companion way. The steps easily lift out of position so that you can access the front part of the engine. There is also access to both sides of the engine via a door on the starboard side in the master cabin as well as the head on the port side.
The deck is the long and sleek with non-skid. A deep anchor locker at the bow. There are two graphite spinnaker poles and the running rigging runs underneath the cabin top to the cockpit eliminating trip hazards or tangled lines.
The cockpit sits 10 people, has gorgeous teak seats. A removeable wooden table can be set up in the cockpit and stowed away while at sea. The traveler sits in front of the Lewmar Helm. There is storage underneath the seat in the cockpit on the starboard side and a propane locker on the port side.