I like this picture because if you look closely (click on ANY photo to make it larger) you can see the cell divisions dimpled into the top of the plastic battery cases. Look at the faint lines and you can count all six cells on each battery.
This is an example of a good factory installation on an older Sabre 34 MK I. At the Annapolis boat show, this past fall, the Sabre I was on still had properly oriented batteries! Nice job Sabre.
While this battery compartment is small, at least by today's standards, the batteries are properly oriented and that is a good thing..