Re: Midships galley? Pros/Cons
I think your intended 'edge of counter top' 'stick' line is too far outboard (and top too narrow) to be useful.. and the galley slave will be 'standing' on the rising part of the hull at a natural distance from it. Also, making typical use of the under-deck/against the hull space for convenient cubbies would leave very little countertop left over..
If you move it inboard say 4 - 6 inches you'll gain a lot of storage and it might be more comfortable to work there.
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