I am hanging out in lovely Oriental, NC, so today I thought I would blog the inside of my boat. At first sight, 250 square feet of living space is not a lot of room, but as in all things marine, decisions are a compromise. If you are in a seaway, with the boat banging around in rough water, you do not want big open spaces to go flying around in. The Westsail 32 is built for blue water cruising, and with a mind to that, designers restricted the space. As you enter the boat and climb down the stairs in the companionway, the galley is to the left, or port.
My navigation station is to starboard as you are coming down the companionway.
The dinette area to port behind the galley has seating for 4 and the table can be lowered to make a double bed.
Two starboard berths with the bottom one sliding out and again lots of storage below and behind.
Head or a bathroom for landlubbers.
V-Berth at the bow of the boat is a cool dark place for sleeping.
These are my Canadian neighbors here in Oriental that have made my stay such a delight.