While Garlington's "small footprint" approach does contribute to the boat's performance, it also requires a slight compromise in the form of interior spaciousness. While the boat delivers a nice three-stateroom, two-head layout, it does sacrifice some space in the salon and, most notably, the engine room. Headroom in the salon is a good 6 feet 8 inches, while in the engine room, even diminutive captains will find it impossible to stand up.
Still, Garlington overcomes the space problem nicely. In the salon, Garlington utilizes a clever island bar arrangement instead of the typical galley/dinette to open the area up. And in the engine room, though vertical clearance may be a bit wanting, there's no shortage of space in front and outboard of the engines. All systems are easily accessed and maintained, pumps and compressors are housed in a separate pump room underneath the galley, and there's still enough room for a large chest to store tools and hardware.
Belowdecks, a master stateroom with private head sits to starboard, while the port over/under stateroom and forward stateroom with athwartships queen berth share a second head.