Our 45' DuFour 455 sleeps seven in three separate cabins.
The table in the main cabin makes up into a very comfortable double bed. The seat opposite the table makes up into a
single berth. The aft cabin's bed is larger than queen size,
with its own separate head and shower. The forward cabin has two berths, over and under. The forward head has two doors,
so that each of the cabins can be blocked-off. Some people choose
to sleep up on deck. We also have a hammock that hangs between
the jib and the main mast. When there is a skippered charter,
the skipper sleeps in the cockpit.
The DuFour is well-equipped for either warm weather or windy
conditions. There are fans above each of the five bunks. There are a total of 16 ports and 6 hatches (two of which
are entrance hatches). The whole interior has a fiberglass headliner with 1" to 2" of dead airspace between the headliner and the deck.