I always thought the 382 quarter berth was silly: not really big enough for two adults, but big enough to waste lots of space. I attach a photo of my "solution." My shipwright built me a teak locker to narrow the head of the bed. It stores lots of food. To create flexible storage aft of that, without getting in the way if I need to lower the overhead, my canvas guy made a sunbrella and mesh soft locker that fits in the space behind the teak locker. It has a plexiglass shelf half way down and is shaped to fit the curve of the hull. Lots of storage in there for clothes or other soft items.. Finally, several years ago, I made a drop down chart locker under the starboard cockpit coaming and put a 23 gallon auxiliary diesel tank under the aft part of the quarter berth. The tank required that I raise the aft part of he bunk flat by about 2 inches, so my quarter berth cushion is now in two pieces. Forward piece is still 4 inches thick, but the aft section is 2 inches. Since that is used only to support my legs when I am prone, I find the 2 inches perfectly comfortable. In addition, I don't have to fight the big quarter berth cushion when I want to get to my batteries.