The aft cabin is spacious and has a queen size bed with individual commercial air mattresses—the type used in hospitals with a button to control individual pressure. These are much more comfortable than foam and do not suffer from absorption.
My pièce de résistance is in the aft bathroom, adjoining the cabin. It is not the beautiful tempered glass vanity bowl, or its gold plated faucets on the marble countertop. It is the full size bath, with ten adjustable pressure jets and a heater. Yes! a hot-tub in a small sailboat, and it’s just fabulous after a good days sail, or a hard day of boat work,
The other two double cabins are down a corridor forward of the saloon, one on the port side and one in the forepeak. Both are air conditioned and have hanging lockers.