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It may not be as big an issue in a boat of that larger size, but the key to a good galley is safety for the cook and minimal motion in a seaway.
Locate low, amidship, and near the roll center. Provide good handholds for the cook as well as rails, etc. as needed to keep the foodstuffs off the deck and the cook away from the hot stuff.
After that, it is a matter of cooking style, refrigeration, stove or range selection, and stowage of groceries.
Just another opinion.