Hunt Associates continued its logical and simple arrangement plan belowdecks. The U-shape galley basks in the natural light from the pilothouse windshield and side windows. Its location just forward of the center of buoyancy, the area of least motion, lets the cook prepare a meal while the boat is under way. On the other hand, anyone who wants to use either head — both well forward of amidships — should ask the skipper to slow down to displacement speed to reduce the boat’s motion.
The small guest stateroom opposite the galley had a pair of single berths side by side, but Hunt Yachts also offers it with a settee that converts to a Pullman-style upper and lower. Occupants of this stateroom have private access to and from the head right forward, which also is the day-head via a second door opening onto the public area. A tapered queen-size berth dominates the owner’s cabin in the bow of the boat. It has drawers beneath it for stowing clothing and other soft goods that you’d need daily, plus space underneath for bulky stuff. Hanging lockers, one on each side as you enter the stateroom, ought to hold all the dressier things you’ll want for a weeklong cruise.