Push a button in the cockpit, and a big hatch rises on electric lifts, and stairs lead you to the commodious lazarette. From there, you have access to the Sea- Star steering hydraulics and the rudder posts, as well as the standard Glendinning Cablemaster and its 70 feet of 50-amp shore cord. On each side of this space is a water tank, with sight gauge, and just forward past a bulkhead, is the engineroom. The space between the two 425-horsepower Cummins diesels (upgraded from the standard 380s) is wide, which makes routine checks easy. The 11.4 kW Onan genset is forward in a sound box, and the Marine Air compressors are to port. Fuel and seawater filters are within easy reach, and the entire compartment is finished in either white gelcoat or aluminum sound panels. Soft panels in the saloon sole allow the engines to be removed easily, leaving the rest of the teak-and-holly sole undisturbed.