I felt that the helm area could have been laid out more efficiently. There are two supportive helm seats with the driving position on the center of those seats. This means that anyone sitting on the outboard seat has to disturb the helmsman to get in or out. There is space to stand at the helm, and the adjustable wheel helps to make this a comfortable position for driving, but when standing, the top of the windscreen frame obstructed my view.
The dash features two navigation displays in front of the guest seat. While it would be optimal to have them directly in front of the helmsman, the real estate here doesn’t allow for it. Above the displays is a row of rocker switches mounted horizontally, which can be challenging to identify when seated. Farther forward and higher is a plastic cover for securing a paper chart. The sight lines from the helm are reasonably good, which is important, since this is the only helm station.