She's a 37' Irwin CC and this was the first time we got to take her out. Not any wind but we put all the sails up just cause we could! She's a cutter ketch rig and weighs in at 32,000 lbs. She has officially spoiled me to the center cockpit layout too.
Being a center cockpit means that we have a full aft cabin and head. The cabin has a full size bed - a 8" thick memory foam mattress that we got for Christmas last year from my parents. My favorite part of the cabin is a picture frame with a saying in it that we've come to treasure - "When I say I'm coming home, it means I'm coming to where you are." A 7 ft settee runs along the port side with storage above and at the end in the form of a hanging locker. The Princess's hanging locker
This is the hubby's domain, but under it lies my deep freeze. My sweet deep freeze that holds all my meat so that I can keep us eating healthy on the boat.
Opposite the Nav Station, and with a brand speaking new Force 10 stove/oven. Before this oven was the boat's original brown stove that I constantly lived in fear of. Despite the fact that I had to crawl into it to get the stove to light, it never stayed lit.
A settee on each side and a table that folds down and opens makes up the Salon. When you lift up the floors you have access to our water & fuel tanks and our bilge. There is just enough room above the tanks and below the floors that we are planning to install a wine cellar. I can't guarantee how much wine will be down here, but a know that a lot of Zaya, Ivanabitch, and Zing Zang mix will be down there in mass quantities.
Our forward cabin and head is quite roomy. The berth is longer and wider than a king, but in the lovely shape of a V (for those non-boaters out there). The hubby's hanging locker is up here and this is the head we use for showers when we're not showering on the deck with my solar shower.