Down three steps to port on the "owner version" we sailed is a head, aft of which is a stateroom with full queen, a two-door hanging locker, and a hatch and an opening port for ventilation. Forward of the head is a cabin with a double berth, hanging locker, and storage cabinets. The owner's hull, to starboard, has cabinets and shelves and a four-drawer desk with another round seat that swings (again, too readily) out of the way. The aft cabin has a queen berth; forward is a head with a separate shower stall. Shorthanded crews will like the twin-stateroom version's interior, with two aft cabins with queens, guest quarters (including a settee amidships, a head/ shower, and walk-in storage) to port, and owner's office and large head to starboard.