Other unexpected engineering feats surround you on the 32 Express. Check out the helm deck seating, for example. Two center-facing seats behind the helm provide visibility both fore and aft, so they're useful whether running or trolling. To make room for these seats, 1'6" was borrowed from the cabin on the old design. That doesn't mean the cabin is lacking - there's a large berth forward, a dinette that folds into a second berth, a fully enclosed head, and a rodbox that holds up to eight rigs located over the main berth. I wish they'd replace the rodbox's spring-strut supports, though, because in my experience these break after a year or two of use. Topaz fitted the cockpit with such standard features as a raw-water washdown, a massive macerated fishbox, a triple-tray tacklebox, and a bait freezer/tackle station. One thing I like about this cockpit is the clean transom - with the fishbox located in the sole and the livewell positioned forward, the entire stern is open for fish fighting.