The layout of our test boat included the owner’s stateroom aft (alternatively, you could opt for a pair of double cabins). The berth is roomy and comfortable, with easy side entry, and there’s immediate access to a large head to starboard. The central saloon, also to starboard, indeed has great views of the surroundings, with a large, U-shaped leather settee surrounding a big dining table. Opposite, to port, is an efficient, straight-line galley adjacent to the navigation station. Just forward of that dining table is a hideaway compartment to stash a flat-screen television; interestingly, this feature isn’t specified for boats going into the European markets, the (rather hilarious) implication being that those folks have better things to do with their time than we easily bored Americans. A second double stateroom is situated in the bow, with its own en suite head.