Against the house is a large, top-loading freezer, and a sink is set into the door leading to the engineroom. The customary saloon window is above, though it is an unconventional slider. I am uncertain what benefits an opening window here provides, since its position will limit fresh breeze. I would prefer a fixed window. A bank of switches for the cockpit amenities, such as the baitwell pump, juts out on the starboard side, at about the shoulder height of a crewmember sitting on the ledge. In rough seas, these could be switched on or, worse, broken off. A simple solution might be rocker switches. The saloon door is wide and hinged with strong, matte-finish hardware.