New aboard the 380 Realm, the teak cockpit sole is caulked with black sealant, which looks more traditional than teak caulked in white and doesn’t show grit. High and forward, set between the bookend-matched, wood-look paneling and cabinetry along the port and starboard cabin sides, is a large, flat-screen TV on center, with the main electrical distribution panels on both sides of it. This techno-traditional effect struck me as yachtlike and proved functional too. The panels were easy to access, at eye-height for this 6-foot-tall boat tester. Dropping the snazzy wood table on its chunky, chromed pedestal to create a bed out of the V-lounges revealed that the TV’s height creates a fine viewing angle for those in repose atop the berth. The off-white overhead amplifies the natural light pouring in through the overhead hatch and the opening port at the galley, where there’s a sink and counter with a fridge below, and cabinetry above and around. A hanging locker is just inside the companionway hatch, perfect for reaching in and grabbing a jacket while at the helm. There’s an enclosed head here, with a faux-granite top, a vessel sink, and fiddle rail on the counter to prevent items from sliding off.