The clean look continues in the galley, where Krysia wanted cupboards rather than open shelves, doors hiding appliances and no high level units. There’s more sparkling black quartz (a material that is much less likely to crack than granite as it doesn’t suffer from the same fault lines), with an inset stainless steel sink by Rangemaster.
Underneath this there’s a full-size washing machine; the full-size fridge and separate freezer are 12-volt models chosen because the couple didn’t want to have to have the inverter turned on all the time.
For a touch of style, small blue LEDs are set into the kickboards.
Cooking is by a stylish three-burner hob from Thetford, a full-size Candy gas fan oven set at eye level and a Bosch microwave above.
There are glazed side hatches each side, which, like the glazed doors at the stern and the bow, have integral blinds built into the double glazing. They’re raised and lowered by a magnet – a really neat solution.
The Thetford cassette loo has a porcelain bowl and electric flush, and is one of the items spotted in a previous boat test. It doesn’t have the usual back panel, giving a much more normal (ie ‘non-cassette’) look; for some reason, these loos don’t feature in the catalogues and have to be specially ordered.
A corner unit provides storage and carries a smart white basin. A large mirror fills the wall above, and has concealed LED lighting.
You’d certainly enjoy a shower here