Robertson and Caine builds The Moorings 433PC, a three-stateroom powercat whose en suite master fills the starboard hull. Two guest staterooms to port share a head, and the forepeak area can be used for luggage or as a sleeping space for a child. The salon has a convertible area that can be set up as a double berth at night, bringing the total adult guest capacity to eight. Raymarine electronics are standard at the helm, with Cruisair air conditioning throughout the boat. A wet bar and guest seating are up on the flybridge, where the skipper has 360-degree views. The boat is available for bareboat charters as well as for bookings with a skipper or cook; in the latter case, the crew takes over one of the interior cabins.