Boarding is via a swim platform and open transom. There's lots of storage for gear in the cockpit lockers, including an aft locker deep enough for an outboard.
Wide side decks allow for easy access to the foredeck, the anchor locker with Maxwell 1000 anchor winch is deep with a fibreglass liner.
Below, the two-cabin layout offers plenty of space and comfort. At the foot of the companionway, a fully stocked galley sits to starboard, and to port, the aft cabin has a queen-sized transverse berth. Moving forward, there's an outboard-facing nav desk and electrical panel, then a full-length settee with an ingenious fold-down table mounted on the forward bulkhead. A stainless-steel tube frame opens from beneath the table and can be extended so the top can be opened up to feed a crowd or kept small for an intimate dinner.
A fold-up bench for additional dinner seating is stored, when not in use, at the head of the aft berth. A couple might keep the table up, however, and simply eat at the small table and built-in chairs opposite the settee, to starboard.
The forward cabin features an en-suite head, an island queen, and loads of storage.
The companionway steps fold up, and a solid-wood engine box can be removed to gain access to the boat's 40-horsepower Yanmar diesel
Under power, the 375 backs responsively.A fixed, three-bladed prop will push the boat along at 7 knots + at cruising speed (2,800 rpm) and at just over 8 knots wide open (3,000 rpm).