Stop number three brings the anchor roller, several Starboard plastic hatches with Triumph's distinctive, deeply scored nonslip surface, plus neatly bundled and supported wiring for running lights and pumps. At the fourth station is the helm seat/livewell module and console. They fit together ingeniously, locked by molded lips to the sides of the bilge and fastened with large stainless-steel screws and fender washers. The console includes a clever hinged upper section that provides easy access to wiring and rigging, with space below for the batteries and switch, plus a large stowage compartment that can be locked. On top is an electronics box and several handy trays for small gear like sunglasses and cell phones, plus cupholders. If the boat is getting a T-top, it goes on here. The final station sees application of Triumph's hull graphics, cushions, coaming bolsters, and a cooler seat in front of the console. Then it's off to the shrink-wrap shop and from there loaded onto a tractor-trailer for delivery and a happy life on the water.