Beyond the sofas and entertainment center, up a couple steps and open to the saloon, are the galley and dining area. A clever half-height bulkhead divides the lower helm from the dining area. A gridded mirror and shade allow the lower helm to remain open to the guest area for conversation when convenient, but closed when conditions demand minimal disturbance. To port, the galley is convertible, as well. Using a bulkhead panel that lowers much like a limo window, the galley can be opened to serve as a buffet for casual dining, or closed for formal dinners. A pair of settees and a small table opposite the helm provide space for overflow guests, or for a crew mess. A pair of side deck doors allow guest access to the foredeck sunpad, and let the crew carry out anchoring duties or load supplies directly into the galley. A stair adjacent to the galley leads to the flying bridge, where a U-shape lounge and large sunpad provide lots of comfortable space for sun-drenched guest activities.