The 323 is elegant and imaginative. In a direct and plainspoken way. First and most of all, the 323 speaks of space and its ingenious. In the 323's cabin with its huge U-shaped lounge, the seating and sleeping are accommodating and comfortable, the head and shower inviting, the galley welcoming and accessible. In the cockpit, a flip-out table hides in the portside sidewall, ready to swing with just a touch out and up for a quick bite to eat. At the entrance to the cabin opposite the centerline door, a handy stainless ladder slides in-and-out for quick access to the bow. The cockpit galley finds room for a fridge in addition to the stove and sink. At the helm, seating is flexible and comfortable, ready to add more room as the back rests flop forward for a friend to sit nearby. Sternward, the cockpit seating links with the sunpad for ideal us e of space there. But the 323 also speaks to boaters' sense of style. The 323's first owners will find new fabrics and textures throughout the boat as elegant as they are durable. And there is stainless steel absolutely everywhere on the 323, from the windlass plate to the optional and very aggressive arch to the heavy, stamped engine vents. A stylized wing protects skier-directed speakers above the extended swim platform. The 323 then: functional, architecturally refined, mature in its design. Enough said.