Not many boats of this size, especially trailer boats, offer two good-sized berths, one a double and the other a maxi single. The dinette table drops down to make yet another berth.
The Arvor’s master berth in the bows is vast with heaps of storage underneath, along with access to the bow thruster and dedicated battery. Port lights and an overhead hatch, with insect screen, let in light as well as ventilation. The enclosed head is also roomy – certainly not the cramped affair we see in some 7-8m boats with enclosed toilets.
The surprise for me was the second berth extending back under the wheelhouse table, which is raised on a plinth. This quarter-berth cabin doesn’t offer much headroom but the berth itself is of generous size for one adult and probably big enough for two kids.