Go belowdecks to see the Bayliner's cabin. Pocket cruisers such as this can often feel cave-like and claustrophobic, but the headroom in the 245 Cruiser is a generous 6'2". Running the length of the cabin on both sides are large frameless side windows that let in loads of natural light. These are in addition to the four portholes and large overhead hatch. Even the midcabin berth, which on some boats can resemble a coffin, seems airy due to colorful bedding and plenty of lights. All the rails are fiddled in the cabin, and there's a neat board hidden in the galley that extends the length of the countertop for when it's time to get your Rachael Ray groove on.