The boat quite open and bright below decks; no fixed bulkheads.
From aft to forward beginning at the companionway there is a 28” wide galley structure with a recessed SS food prep area on the port side.
A small but deep sink SS with a small cupboard beneath forward of the galley is 30 inch long settee and forward of the settee is a large cast iron stove with an oven and brass fiddles this marks the end of the deck house area on the port side.
On starboard side a 5ft settee and outboard of that is a pilot berth which retracts width wise when not in use, just forward opposite the stove is a partial enclosed hanging locker with tongue and grove pine.
Headroom becomes 4ft from this point forward as opposed to 6ft in the trunk cabin.
Forecastle is open, with a large berth on the port side which begins at the stove box, beneath the berth is a head, (porta/ potti) is big enough for a standard head, pipe berth opposite with block adjustment.
A large glass tinted hatch in this area which provides good natural lighting and ventilation for the entire forepeak.
On the starboard side there is a partially walled off section running fore and aft which serves as an open stowage area, this merges with the berth and at that point there is a chain locker with a teak style removable grate.
Forward of that is an open space for random stowage.
In general the boat has lots of natural light thanks to 4 fixed ports on the trunk cabin in addition it has 2 opening ports on the forward section of the trunk cabin. Forward Deck hatch provides ample light for the focsle.