The layout is traditional - two cabins separated by a toilet and a hanging locker. There are folding doors so the toilet compartment can be closed from both cabins. Our boat has four berths: double in forepeak and two single berths in the saloon. Some versions have also a quarter berth on a starboard side, in which case the navigation table is removable. Our boat has a large, fixed navigation station with chart locker and there is also an additional cockpit locker. I prefer this layout since this gives more locker space and good working place for navigator.
Three burner gas stove/oven
Very comfortable saloon berth with night lamp behind the backrest.
Dolphin Dance is powered by 18hp Volvo MD2020C diesel engine. The original Volvo 2002 engine was replaced about ten years ago by one of her previous owner. This 18hp engine gives about 5,5 kn cruising speed.
One of the excellent features of the HR29 is really large engine room and there is good access to important maintenance parts of the engine: the front can be accessed from saloon and the back of the engine and the S-drive from cockpit.
Engine room under the cockpit floor