We walked down, rather than climbed, belowdecks to discover a bright space that immediately dispelled any notions we may have had about using words such as cave, dank or cramped as descriptors. A pleasant space into which crew can retreat proves essential to the day-boat mission. Here, we were pleased at the flood of sunlight pouring in through the fixed, flush-mounted window across the front face of the console. An opening port ensures ventilation. The single berth and a microwave-equipped “galley-ette” provide a just-right amount of domesticity. To privatize the head, Hunt utilized a bifold door, rather than a bulkhead and door. Open, this hides the commode and cabin space is increased. Closed, you have as much privacy as you can expect aboard a 32-footer.