A folding hatch starboard leads a couple of steps down into the huge console cabin. On some boats this layout serves as a catch-all for the stuff that won’t stow anywhere else. On the 390 Tarpon, however, the space is actually large enough to use without getting claustrophobic. The warm, bright cabin sports a teak-and-holly sole and twin vents. The large forward bunk easily sleeps two adults. A vanity with sink sits to port, with the standard electric head on the aft bulkhead, or its upgrade, a Vacuflush head with discharge. An optional upgraded comfort package includes an inverter, shore power, air conditioning, microwave and TV/DVD. The Tarpon accommodates weekend excursions on the hook with ease.