Wind Song interior

Main salon (forward cabin doors closed/open)
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(below left)  Starboard settee, with spacious shelf behind (shelf full in this photo)
(below right)  Settees roll out on ball bearing slides to form very wide, 6' 7" long single berths
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View into forward cabin. V-berths are 7' long.
To starboard on entry are drawers and a cabinet.
To port is a large hanging locker (not shown).
Forward is the chain/rode locker for the two deck-stowed anchors.
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Each V-berth is equipped with a good-sized storage locker that does not intrude into the sleeping area.
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Chain locker contains the secondary (port) and tertiary (starboard) anchor chains & rodes
Dickinson "Chesapeake" diesel heater is located in main salon at aft end of port settee
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Galley is aft to starboard of companionway steps. Sink is to port, with the head door next to it.
Companionway steps contain three large drawers for galley storage.
Entire companionway disassembles to allow unimpeded engine room  access.
There is also a two foot diameter manhole, with watertight cover, into the engine spaces through the cockpit floor.
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Interior of head
Holding tank is beneath sink, sized to be removable without disassembly of cabinetry.

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Galley stove is 3-burner Luke with oven. There is substantial storage outboard of stove on two levels.
Flatware storage is aft, outboard of a generous ice box.
A removable counter fits over stove and stows underneath when not in use.
The large drawer beneath stove is divided for plates, dishes, cups, & saucers.
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Builder's plaque at forward end of main salon