Access from the deep, self draining cockpit to the saloon is by varnished timber companion way steps, the last of which contains the batteries and allows easy access to them.
At the foot of the companion steps is a galley to port with gimballed 2 burner gas cooker with grill and stainless steel sink plus generous storage areas. The cooker has a removable varnished timber worktop cover with inlaid marquetry decoration.
To starboard is the navigation station with ingenious folding chart table allowing alternative sizes of work surface.
Aft of the chart table is a quarter berth that also provides seating for the char table.
The saloon has seating across the forward bulkhead and seating/single berths along either side, with storage lockers above.
Access to the forepeak is via an opening in the bulkhead adjacent to the mast step. To port of this is a heads compartment with sea toilet, installed so as to allow very easy access to all plumbing.
Opposite to starboard is a "wet" hanging locker.
Forward of this is a double cabin with spacious V berth and storage lockers beneath including an dedicated anchor chain locker.