Her canoe-shaped underbody, fin and bulb keel, and deep spade rudder are far from the cruiser's traditional model, so this boat may not fit every cruiser's needs. Case in point: Load-carrying capability for extended cruising is sparse. Tankage is 40 gallons of water, 20 gallons of fuel, and 20 gallons of effluent. Then again, this is a 32-footer. There's also the negative impact of weight on performance and the limitations of space for storage.
Obviously, this boat isn't a deep-bilged, high-wetted-surface load hauler. She's fleet and meant to be cruised without all the stuff you horde in the garage. Still, you won't be roughing it. There's a functional galley with two-burner LPG stove, and provision is made for an optional microwave oven. The two saloon settees work well as underway berths once lee cloths have been rigged, and berths forward and aft are good for sleeping in port. She sleeps six, is comfortable for four, and will seem luxurious to a couple headed off for a weekend or for a few weeks of adventure. She owns an ISO Category A offshore approval and has a limit of positive stability of about 122 degrees.