My first suggestion is to look for ways to need LESS usable storage
, which is an important part of the cruising lifestyle.
The second is to look to those port bunks, unless you have a full family
Finally, how many heads do you have on board? I contend that most people really only need one. Some of these boats have 4! One of those, at least, is a storage closet.
If your bunks and heads are already full, you're probably overloaded.
The up-galley is a key reason many people choose the Lagoons, myself included, but the lack of storage is the compromise we make.
In my past travels, I've put together very small sets of cookery that cover a lot of cooking
situations - an deep lipped skillet with a lid, for example, is extremely versatile. A 2qt saucepan (also with a lid) covers pretty much the rest of it. A cutting board, and possibly a colander if you can nest it with a mixing bowl - yeah that mixing bowl is key.
The inside of the oven
is a good place to keep the skillet and lid which is the utensil I use most often. I have a heavy iron skillet with 3" depth