Below, the attractive, minimalist accommodations are trimmed with varnished Australian Southern Myrtle and the sole is Flexiteak, a good-looking, low-maintenance laminate that looks and feels like teak decking. There is more than adequate space for a week away with the family or to host the crew during a regatta. Identical double quarterberths located either side of the companionway steps will be good sea berths and each has an opening port above. To starboard, the stand-up nav station hides a large 12-volt refrigerator. Opposite is the galley with a small sink nearly on centerline and a two-burner propane stove and oven outboard. The saloon is bright thanks to the large windows in the house, an opening hatch, and the gloss white finish on bulkheads, ceiling, and molded components. A bright-finished Southern Myrtle table with a fold-up leaf provides seating for at least four, and the two settees would make good sea berths if fitted with leecloths. Forward to port is the head and shower-yes, there's hot and cold running water on this speedster-opposite is a large hanging locker and all the way forward is comfortable double V-berth with a large hatch overhead.