The double bed takes almost all of the cabin’s floor. And yet, it’s neither queen, nor king size. Nor is it the regular right-angled one you’re used to. The not so soft matrasses may disturb some of the sissies, but they provide all the comfort a seaman needs. What may bother you during the night though is the constant noise of the ropes and tackle hitting the masts, even on windless evenings; or the squeezing sound of the fenders, hard pressed between the boats at the marina. So, make sure to have a pair of nice ear plugs in your luggage. (If you take sleeping/other pills, be sure to use extra sun protection, for it may result in skin stains.) Unsurprisingly, the windows are also small. So, to keep your bedroom airy, have them open whenever possible – not in rainy days or when sailing in rough waters.