The standard, baseline equipment list is lengthy and includes a dodger and bimini, refrigeration, autopilot, compasses, a massive battery bank, a sine-wave inverter, high lifelines, and many other items. The satellite TV, wind generator, and electric primary winches were among the optional extras on our test boat. The hull itself was designed to maximize water length, with a rather blunt entry and a reverse transom that’s recessed and has a built-in swim/boarding step and a fold-down ladder. There’s a large sail locker forward and an extended aft deck, which is nice for lounging and could serve as the stowage space for a tender, though davits are, of course, an option. Below the waterline, the balanced rudder is skeg mounted, and the fin keel is available in three drafts: shoal (5 feet 7 inches in length), standard (6 feet), and deep (6 feet 6 inches).