Aft cabin. The setee, viewed from the galley. The table pushes almost completely under the cubby, the seats fold down, and the area converts to a double berth.
Sitting at the setee looking forward towards the cockpit through the galley, which as you can see, is huge.
Starboard side galley “nav station,” which functions as a “miscellaneous-crap-piling-area” under more normal, non-photo-taking, circumstances.
Peek-a-boo alcohol-burning stove. I’m not sure how I feel about this yet. Fumes from burning alcohol, when not coming from your kahlua and tequila flambé cocktail, are a little nauseating even when the boat isn’t moving. Plus it does not burn as hot as other fuels and so boiling water takes about half a day. And I hear that finding alcohol fuel in foreign countries can be trying. On the other hand, we looked them up online and discovered that these stoves are really shockingly expensive; so, maybe it has special built in features we have not yet discovered—doubles as a short-wave radio or something. Plus, you hear all those horror stores about propane and how it will cause your boat to explode in a fiery ball the moment you install your stove. It’s a hard call.
Port side. Sink, storage, cute stainless wine goblets.
Cool wood details in the companionways.
Forward cabin, single bunk on the port side. The starboard side looks similar, only with more crap piled on the bunk.
Dressing room sink, port side, forward of the single bunks. The other side has a bench and some storage.