The Scarab III is a clever compromise between the original 30-footer and the 38. Like the 30-footer and unlike the 38, the 34 is legally trailerable on the highway, an unusual feature for a boat of its length. As a shorter boat, the 34 lacks some of the 38's swoopy foredeck. But the 34 actually has more interior room than the 38, and far more than the 30. Up forward, there's a V-berth. Just aft, on the starboard side, there's a settee, and to port, a pair of bucket seats. A little further aft, there's a compact galley, a wet bar, really with a refrigerator and sink. On the other side, ther...