The cabin is light and airy, and the accommodations are spacious, with a European flair setting off well-crafted woodwork that avoids spartan minimalism. The wide beam is carried aft and provides room under the cockpit sole for a double berth, a bunk that's just right in cooler regions but might be a little warm in the tropics. A roomy head with a shower stall lies just to starboard of the companionway ladder. The L-shaped galley, to port, features a two-burner stove, a twin centerline sink, and enough counter space to get the job done. It's not a domain for the gourmet, but after all, this is a 35-footer, not a 40-footer.