Immediately upon boarding over the highly varnished cockpit boarding covers one steps into the cockpit by means of a custom made built-in teak boarding step, with its twin on the other side of the cockpit. The cockpit sole is lightly oiled teak. In the aft area of the cockpit is a full beam bench which, along with the rest of the exterior bridge deck seating, has been recently recovered.
Up one step is the bridge deck with a large L-shaped freshly upholstered settee which will comfortably seat at least six people and a highly varnished teak table making this a very comfortable social area while cruising or sitting dockside. Directly across on the starboard side of the vessel is a custom made freezer cabinet with drawer as well as cabinet storage. Moving forward is a white Stidd helm chair, the command seating. On the right arm of the seat is the JetStick control. In front of the helm seat on a custom made low profile teak electronics pod is a full array of electronics and a Mathers electric throttle control system. With the JetStick and Mathers controls this is one of the most maneuverable and easy to handle JetDrive vessels on the water today. It handles unbelievably easy.
Moving forward and down three steps is the very spacious vessel salon. The main electrical panel is on the starboard side halfway down the steps. There is a head with shower on the portside followed immediately by the galley area which has never really been used on this vessel. Across from the galley is a large settee with cabinet and drawer storage both below and above. Moving to the forepeak of the cabin is an exceptionally large V-berth with drawer storage underneath as well as double hanging lockers on either side.