I decided to study the Flying Fish a little more and redo the layout. This is just me understanding the different levels and how I would like to see it laid out.
hulls are still 4' at waterline and stretched to 60'
I was able to keep most of the outside deck on one level. It's pretty massive at around 26' length and my dingy gets stored under but above the bottom of the bridge deck sandwiched between beams. This gives a nice uncluttered feel, I like that.
I kept the bedrooms pretty small but check it out, bed completely accessible from the side and a really large chest of drawers built in to bulkhead doubles as seating or lounge area up top. Bedrooms will be under AC so wanted them small but look at all that floor space and headroom, it's not claustrophobic!
In the galley there is a full 42" inches of floor space between cabinets ... That is about as big as what I have at home. I used a full size counter on one side and a smaller counter on the other but the cabinets are full 24" deep to hold fridge and freezer. This doesn't affect deck height on exterior.
The owner's side has a single bed sized lounge in case of extra guests so 4 beds total if need be. I wouldn't go crazy with furniture, I like the minimalist approach, airy.
I don't know how thick normal bridge decks are, I made mine able to hold about 16" beams with another inch on top and bottom, can't see that racking too easy and that gives plenty of room for the dinghy and other storage.
Have to see what Grainger says of course but at least I have a better understanding of what fits and how. Happy 2017, let this be the year of huge change!!