The salon offers a couple of layout options. One puts the galley forward opposite the helm, which means the most convenient dining area is in the cockpit. Another setup is galley-down, with the salon space occupied by a dining area. This is perhaps more practical, but it means you lose a guest cabin below. A door on the starboard side behind the helm provides access to the side deck, with the whole aft salon area given over to the lounge with its low table and rising TV in the cabinet on the port side. The distinctive rising bulwark line of the exterior styling obstructs some of the view from the inside, but the large windows provide plenty of natural light, which is enhanced by small angled windows in the ceiling and a large opening sunroof. Belowdecks is an inviting master suite to port and a combined desk and vanity to starboard. The large hull windows offer a great view from the bed and bring lots of light into this stateroom. A walk-in closet occupies the starboard aft corner, and on the opposite side is the bathroom. Forward of the master are two guest cabins with double bunks to port and a twin to starboard. (The double-bunk cabin disappears when you choose the galley-down.) -Forward is a comfortable VIP cabin with natural lighting via overhead hatches as well as side portholes. The decor throughout the -interior is modern, using neutral colors that create a warm, inviting ambience. An intriguing dark-olive-tinted wood brings a sophisticated richness to the interior. Whether the galley is up or down, it -features a range of -equipment including dishwasher, four-burner cooktop and oven, and fridge-freezer. Additional freezers can be installed. A washing machine is under the stairway.