The standard layout features a main saloon forward of the companionway with a large oval settee to starboard opposed by single built-in chairs plus a large bar area to port. Forward accommodations include a roomy cabin in the bow with a centerline double berth, vanity and hanging lockers; aft of this is a stateroom to starboard with upper and lower berths. A large head compartment accessed from the common passageway serving these cabins features a toilet, washbasin and shower compartment. Aft of the main saloon and down three steps to port are a generous navigation station with meticulously installed electronics components, instrument readouts and electrical monitoring and distribution paraphernalia, along with an Admiralty-chart-size nav table. A cabin aft of this area can become children’s or crew’s quarters, a workshop, a utility room or even space for a washer and dryer. On the starboard side aft of the saloon, also down three steps, are a lavish galley and then an owner’s after cabin with a centerline double berth, its own curved settee, generous hanging and storage space and, of course, access to the aft head and shower.