Looking at the more family-oriented features on the 39 LS, you can get an optional starboard side-boarding gate ($13,185) that folds neatly into the cockpit sole. Positioned on the aft side of the helm seat structure, a wet bar features a grill beneath a Corian countertop, a drawer-style refrigerator and additional stowage. For stowing fenders and dock lines, there are plenty of options given the number of in-sole lockers. If you still want to fish this boat, there’s a tuna-size box on the starboard side.
Within the center console, you’ll find a commode with more than enough sitting headroom for adults. On the front side of the console is another bench seat with stowage in the base. There is a place for everything aboard the 39 LS.
In the bow, you’ll find the best seats aboard, thanks to an optional feature (an extra $1,778) found only on the 39 LS. Hydraulically activated backrests on the aft end of each of the nearly seven-foot-long lounges raise to turn them into chaises. Put them in the down position and lower the three-position table halfway to turn the area into a giant playpen with filler cushions. And since the 39 LS can handle even the biggest conditions with ease, you’ll feel comfortable knowing mom and the kids can hang out there while you cruise the waves on a calm day.