The master stateroom forward also has a private head, this one with a separate shower stall and seat for comfort. Like the aft head, there's an Avonite countertop with a contemporary glass bowl, basin and first-class fittings. Storage in the head is more than adequate for a week's cruise. Likewise, storage in the master stateroom includes a large and deep hanging locker with dedicated space for a removable tabletop and an upholstered hassock top. These are mounted in fittings set in the floor of the main saloon, depending on whether the activity of the moment is dining or relaxing and watching the flat-screen TV mounted on the bulkhead next to the galley. Two sets of table legs, of teak-covered stainless steel, are stored in a special compartment beneath the cabin sole. The Bose Lifestyle home entertainment system, along with the generator and shore power control panels, is mounted in the locker just below the TV, its speakers unobtrusively mounted in the bulkheads, meant to be heard but not seen. Because there is no water or fuel tank located forward, as is the case with some cruiser designs, the storage under the queen-size berth is voluminous.