Push back the slider and step below. The headliner is fiberglass, easy to clean and reflective; it enhances the light streaming through the flush deck hatch and the opaque companionway hatch. As with all true offshore boats, there are no cabin portholes, which eventually leak. Flush-mount cabinets ring the lounge, each with a positive latch and frameless doors. The berth filler ingeniously fits on the sole, between the bases of the opposing settees, and so takes up no stowage space. I wish a drain were installed in the fiberglass pan, and I also would suggest adding a fiddle to the galley counter’s top to help keep loose gear in place. There’s a drawer-style refrigerator, and a hanging locker just inside the companionway makes for an easy reach to grab a windbreaker. Access to the rode locker is through the forward bulkhead, a boon aboard any boat. The shower and commode? They’re located elsewhere.