While the cabin appears to be low, inside it has more than 6-foot-5-inch headroom, an open layout and a wider-than-queen-size island berth. My test boat also had optional twin berths aft. Grain-matched pale oak fills the décor, where niceties include self-closing drawers, stitched-leather trim and bookshelves with sea rails. The only bulkheads surround the head, with the rest of the space left open. One reason for the spacious sense is the absence of a galley. This is a dayboat, with a grill, sink and fridge in a console abaft the helm.