Saloon accessed by companionway steps with central forward facing navigation station at foot of steps forward of full height transparent spray screen. Full size teak chart table with internal chart storage and with multiple instrument displays etc. and antennas for many GPS systems etc situated above, internally, below transparent hatch. The seat for the chart table (wide enough for 2) is adjustable for heel.
Astern to starboard is a large workshop cabin that could easily be converted to a reasonably spacious double sleeping cabin. To port is a large heads compartment that gives access to a large centrally located compartment aft of the companion way with standing headroom for use as a shower compartment. A hand basin is currently installed. there is also a very large storage area aft of the heads compartment accessed via a bulkhead door.
Either side of the central navigation station are two single berths in the saloon upholstered in Alcantara, both of which can be adjusted for the angle of heel when underway.
Forward of the navigation station is a centrally located galley with gimballed 2 burner cooker with oven and grill, microwave and double stainless steel sink.
The dining area, accessed via a bulkhead door forward of the galley, has a dinette to starboard with spacious seating for four and a table (white melamine with teak fiddles) that can be lowered to provide a very comfortable double berth. Opposite to port is a built-in teak dresser/storage unit.
Forward of the dining area is a large heads compartment which gives access, via vertical hatches in 2 substantially thick watertight bulkheads, to 2 forward watertight compartments: currently used for sail storage but could be converted to sleeping accommodation.
Most interior finishes are in white GRP or melamine but many cupboard doors and much other joinery are in teak.