Given the length of the boat, the accommodations are roomy and comfortable, with more than a little thought given to making it all work well. As you descend the companionway you can ditch weather gear handily into a wet locker that resides with the shower in the head at the base of the companionway. Hull portlights add to a feeling of overall spaciousness. The back of the dinette settee between saloon and galley is kept low to allow for the exchange of food, beverages and conversation. The rest of the lounge seat backs are higher and more comfortable. This is an aft-cockpit boat, but still it offers an after sleeping area that boasts a huge berth, hanging locker, shelves and drawers. Of course the cockpit lazarette storage area is limited by such an arrangement. The airy stateroom forward has a nice vanity, although the V-berth is cramped at the foot end. These caveats only reflect the inevitable: If you want maximum accommodations in a 35-foot boat that sails exceptionally well the way this one does, you are going to have to make a few compromises.