The galley is enormous for a 9m boat!
Note the gas alarm on the left, rainwater collection tap at the far end. Easy to fit a container under there to collect the water. This worked better than expected - if I was going round the Atlantic again, I'd tweak the plumbing so that the water could be sent directly to the tanks (there's a similar arrangement in the bathroom). It is quite a bit of work lugging the full containers up on deck to fill the tanks from there. Also under the oven is a large unused space - easily enough room for a sack of potatoes or a few cases of wine or whatever your poison is.
There is full standing headroom in both the galley and the bathroom.
Room for six comfortably, eight at a push. Windows all round, so keeping watch from inside the saloon is comfortable and safe. The laptop working as a plotter and a cup of tea at the table, a good book, and a scan of the horizon every few minutes. I'd expected to return from a 6000 mile voyage fit as a fiddle, but a few sail changes now and again doesn't compensate for that level of lazy sailing.