Can’t remember the cabins other than the fact that the finish felt shoddy. I single-hand a lot (or sail with crews who are unable to do much to help) so on Bubble the sugar-scoop is an absolute godsend for mooring. I take the helmsman’s seat out when approaching my berth in reverse then simply step ashore after stopping. Easiest boat I’ve ever had when it comes to marina berthing. I can see that the twin-wheel format helps a bit in terms of access to the cabin from the stern; on ‘Bubble’ the wheel is very big so one has to climb around it, which is a bore. However, the drop-down transom platform would be an complete non-starter for me because I could not then berth single-handed as I do at the moment. I guess this is the same on your B32 Cruiser.