As a budding Naval Architect and long time marine engineer, (and having visited the Juliet) the deck is cambered (that is, high on the centerline and sloped to the edges) to shed water. The bow and stern are raked to provide adequate headroom in the fo'csle and stern castle. As the hull narrows, the deck (in the cabins) has to rise to be wide enough to be of use. Finally, that boat has a high freeboard (edge of deck to the waterline) because she is a Canadian hull, and ice class, designed to be able to sail through the ice, and to sail through winter storms without shipping water every time a wave breaks over the hull.
Thanks! As a big fan of and repeat offender on the Juliet thats really interesting.