The boat's cockpit-covered by a Targa wing arch and hard overhead with three solar panels-is simple: U-shaped settee and drop-leaf table to port, settee and two-person helm seat with adjustable back to starboard. The companionway sliding door is wide but surprisingly low-even I, at 5 feet 7 inches, hit my head going through it.
When you enter the saloon of the galley-down version we sailed, you step onto a wood-grain Formica sole. The motion, or lack of it, is surreal. To starboard is a dinette with drop-leaf table that could easily seat eight and, to port, a large "nav center" with an unanchored stool. While multihulls are stable, I'd fasten this seat down.
The U-shaped nav station has a desk large enough to handle full-size, unfolded, paper charts. On either side is a fiddled countertop with storage below. The owners installed a chart plotter, radar, SSB and VHF radios, a DC battery-management panel, 12/220-volt control panels, and a fuel-tank sender on the console. A freezer and icemaker are just to port of the companionway.