Davis offers his 68-footers with either an open bridge or an enclosed pilot house. The Cinderella owner is the first customer to opt for the enclosed version, though increasing demand for the protected bridge has led better than half of Davis' upcoming projects to be built in the same fashion.
Owners choosing the open design receive a centerline pod helm with teak bubble control station and electronics housed in an electronically activated lift-up compartment. Single-lever controls, Glendenning engine synchronizer and loads of seating with storage underneath also highlight the open bridge.
The enclosed pilothouse, on the other hand, caters to owners who want a yacht-like helm. The Cinderella features a forward wheel and aft control station outside, with a large sofa, refrigerator, icemaker, television and a spiral staircase leading down below. The electronics suite is a bit unusual for Davis. It features a full DMT Nortek electronics and instrumentation package. The DMT panels, made in Sweden, allow for a fully interfaced electronics, safety and navigation package.