I was on the new B41 recently. Can't say I was impressed - single head, small chart table and not a good use of space to my mind. ...
What do you mean by single head?
The boat will only have a single head if you want too.
And what do you mean by a not good use of space? This boat is among the very few 40ft boats that can offer a big galley, a big head(s) enough storage and 3 cabins
. Do you call this a bad use of space?
Regarding the chart table that is a modern tendency, I mean, the use of that space for a better use: Most of the crews on cruising boats are very short, many times the navigator is also the skipper and the crew
and guys that really navigate do that most of the time that at the steering wheel and to prepare on a mooring a voyage with more detail they use a lap top and the saloon table is perfectly adequate for that.
More and more the chart table is really not the space for the charts (that we do on the saloon table) but the space to look at several electronic devices and the boat electronic display. For that you don't need so much space as before.