It's easy to lay out electronics on the flying bridge. The console incorporates three burl wood veneer panels and accommodates radar, chart plotter, autopilot, VHF, stereo controls, depth gauge and a few other gadgets. The centerline helm seat manually moves forward and aft, and rotates 90 degrees toward the outboard side to create a full circle of seating. This arrangement works great when entertaining dockside, but it's less convenient while under way. With three people on the bridge, the third person must sit awkwardly on the starboard fore and aft seat, or on the two seats abaft on the sunpad. When we encountered a few bigger seas, I grabbed for a handrail from the forward seating area, but none was within reach.