The cabins are spacious and very comfortable, with ensuite bathrooms and plenty of storage space. The main saloon has large, wrap around windows so you can see what the waves are doing while you eat, or kick back in the lounge area. Up the stairs, the bar deck is a great spot for sunset drinks or an early coffee, and the upper sun deck is perfect for a sunrise yoga session or taking in some Maldivian rays. On the subject - we didn’t see much sunshine for the first few days, but it didn’t really matter as the surf was cooking! Our fist sessions were at Jails, it was 3-5ft and breaking really nicely. When I was guiding out here I often referred to Jails as a soft, warm water, J bay (sorry Jordy, I know it’s not quite the same level but you get the idea!) and that first day had a few waves that fitted the description perfectly - take off, stay high, bank a couple turns before setting up for a high-line barrel, come out, cut down and do it again. Definitely a good start to the trip.