area. Bill opted to keep it as his "garage." It boasts a complete work bench with vise, grinder, drill press, lathe, air compressors, shelves for stor-ing extra wood and all types of spare parts. He can also store two inflatables and outboard motors, a Hooka diving compressor and additional dive gear, along with a stackable washer and dryer, and there's still room to spare!
Going forward to the bow area, there's another large sleeping area. This is one area that didn't get too torn up by Customs or the Navy. The four original bunks and the mahogany and teak woodwork are still intact. It has its own shower and head, and access to the main deck via a staircase up through the doghouse.