The bridge was properly laid out for cruising, with a 13- foot tender, ice maker, refrigerator, a smallish electric grill and plenty of seating for relaxing while underway. There is a curved staircase to the aft deck, as well as access to the pilothouse from the forward stairs. Our test boat featured a fiberglass hardtop and radar arch. The profile was well designed and didn’t detract from the 72’s aesthetics. However, a canvas extension is affixed to the after end of the arch to provide additional protection. In my opinion, this looks too much like an afterthought on an approximately $4 million boat and will eventually need to be replaced. If this was fiberglass to match the arch and hardtop, it would complete the picture.