Indeed. Belowdecks, the layout is simple and functional, albeit smaller feeling than on some comparable boats that trend more toward the pure cruiser lineage. Still, the galley is stocked with all the gadgets you’d look for in a 38-footer. Opposite, a head with stall shower doubles as a handy wet locker for anyone coming off watch. Twin aft cabins each have double bunks and good-size hanging lockers. And forward, the V-berth has plenty of elbow room and storage. Amidships, a full-length settee is to port of a centerline drop-leaf table; to starboard, a sliding nav station can be pushed aft, with the end of a shorter settee forming a seat, or it can be slid forward and a portion of the settee can also be moved so you have a front-facing desk or place to set a drink, with seating to either side. Teak woodwork and white laminate paneling throughout are attractive and low maintenance, a good combination on any boat.