Head down the flying bridge stairs. Step through the massive frame of the glass salon door. The galley is immediately to port. Pause here. Lean back onto the solid-surface counter, fold your arms, scratch your chin, and consider this unique layout's ultimate ramification: food and drink directly connected to sun and fun. You'll see a big glass window in the aft bulkhead that provides a look outside and lets plenty of light stream in. But you'll think that there's no direct link to the outside, that there's still a traffic jam point here, as everyone and everything has to funnel through the door, generous as it is. You'll think that you can see your guests but can't speak with them.
Think again. That picture window flips open, automatically latching onto catches installed on the bridge overhang's underside. A fresh breeze, salt air, a pitcher of margaritas, your boss's off-color joke-all pass through easily. Plus, the upright refrigerator and microwave are located to starboard, opposite the counter, sink, and stove, further reducing galley and companionway congestion.
Forward, walk up two steps to the salon, where a plush sofa is to starboard and the dinette is to port. The dinette is a five-seater circular lounge served by a high-low table that converts to a double berth. The salon is bathed in light from the hullside windows and the three tall panes of the windshield. Besides providing natural light, all that glass, combined with the raised height of the salon, gives those relaxing here with an exceptional view.