Fuel tanks are fiberglass. Wiring and plumbing are labeled, well supported, and neatly run. The oil exchange system handles both motors, both sets of gears, and the generator. In all, the rigging and installation is comparable to the oft-heralded Cabo, though I took exception to two things. The air conditioner, which is pinned between the port engine and the hull, is virtually inaccessible. Second, the portside shaft seal is hidden beneath the genset. More mundane service items, however, such as filters, batteries, bilge pumps, and dipsticks, were all in easy reach. The shower sump pump is serviced through a hatch in the salon sole.