The forward cabin provides a queen berth that I didn’t have to climb onto, and the abundant stowage is divided between lockers, drawers and shelves for better organization. There’s a bookcase at the berth’s head, complete with sea rail for keeping reading materials secure. I thought the 30-gallon holding tank small for extended cruising, until I noted a VacuFlush head, which minimizes water per flush, thus reserving water for other uses. Opposite the galley, you choose either a lounge with a table that converts to bunk berths or a dinette with a table that converts to a double. Both layouts offer a privacy curtain.