When Thalassa was originally ordered, several features were specified to make her an ocean cruiser.  The stem fitting was special, to accomodate double headstays to simplify headsail changes and for trade wind sailing.

Her owner has painted the ventilators white, to avoid the burden of re-chroming. The mast has also been painted white to reduce maintenance needs.

Aft, she has a wonderful awning, with the joy of a circus tent.  She has dinghy davits tucked under her mizzen.  She has a dedicated gas tank for a grill, and most of the cooking is done there.
Her interior is special.  She has a "classic" main cabin, with transom and pilot berths, and a folding center table.

Aft, however, she has a modified "E Cabin" layout, with galley to port and a navigation station to starboard.  Instead of a quarter-berth, she has stowage aft of the chart table.

Her owner has built a beautiful electrical panel right behind the companionway.