Kate and Arma's sailboat has loads of charm. The hosts care deeply about their boat and have lots of stories they can tell about it. Aside from its interesting history, it's just plain cool. In nice weather you can sit outside comfortably, and the inside, while slightly cramped, is actually roomier than I expected for that size of vessel. There are opposing benches with a table in the middle, great for to-go orders or a game of gin rummy (or drinking gin and rum). The cap's bed is surprisingly comfortable, and plenty of room for two. They also have a fridge, toilet with sink, a camper's style kitchen setup, and pretty much all you need to get by. And if you start feeling claustrophobic just hop out and take a walk along the port.
For showering, the port has private facilities available as well as larger bathrooms for those who need the space. A key fob gets you into the port, onto the docks, and into the private showers & bathrooms.
My wife & I really enjoyed everything about this stay. If I hadn't been sick as a dog, I would've been begging to stay another night.