Generously sized and well laid out in a practical L-shape, the galley is nicely fitted out with a two-burner stove and twin deep stainless-steel sinks set in Corian countertops. Its convenience is enhanced by the ventilation provided by two opening ports, a hatch, and the proximate companionway. The refrigerator and freezer are under-counter, custom stainless-steel units that offer the convenience of front-opening household appliances and leave the counters clear for food preparation. Surprisingly, Hunter’s tests found the front-opening units draw fewer amps than many standard top-opening boxes. In practical application over six days of testing, under full electrical load—including lights, autopilot, instruments, and refrigeration—the batteries needed recharging for about 90 minutes every 10 hours, using the optional high-output alternator.