On deck, a life raft can live in its dedicated locker at the stern, where it's protected and best positioned for deployment. A bridgedeck protects the cabin from downflooding, and jackline-attachment points and emergency tools in a locker close to the cockpit are provided. Although the cabin-top handrails are well placed, I'd like to see them extended forward of the mast. The Finngulf's cabin top is wide enough to hold an 8-foot dinghy or deflated RIB. Fenders, spare sails, and other cruising kit can be stored in the large deck locker aft of the anchor well without soaking up cabin space. I'd like to see gaskets on the locker top, but it's well sealed from the rest of the boat and can be pumped out separately.