The new interior, completed in 2018, was a collaboration of the owner with Alder & Tweed Design Co. The refit included recladding, new built-in furniture and new loose furniture on the main deck and skylounge deck guest areas--both interior and exterior. On the lower deck, guest areas were refinished and rearranged for optimal space. This redesign, plus the addition of all new soft goods throughout the vessel, delivers a spacious, easy-on-the-eye, tranquil ambience.
On main deck forward, the master stateroom offers a centerline king bed with a nightstand on each side. A desk to one side is underneath large windows which, along with the full-width beam, supply copious light. On the other side is a chaise lounge. Facing the bed is a credenza with marble top and cabinets below, flanked on each side by closets. The ensuite master bath offers a deep sculptural tub, shower, enclosed toilet and bidet, two sinks each with separate counter space and cabinets below. Heated towel racks are one of the fine details.
On lower deck aft, three guest staterooms each have a centerline queen bed with night stands on either side, a wide bureau with TV above. The fourth stateroom has a full bed with a Pullman opposite a desk with TV. The ensuite bathrooms to all staterooms have a large shower, toilet, sink with mirror and counter space as well as cabinets below. There is a passthrough from guest area to crew area.
Main Deck Aft and Swim Platform
This area is set up as a cocktail area with table and chairs by Paola Lenti. Aft against the bulwark is a day bed area for lounging and observing activity on the swim platform and beyond. The swim platform is large and stable, perfect for a waterskiing step-start, diving, tender entry and exit, toy storage, and even as a day lounge close to the water.
From aft deck, glass doors slide to create a wide entry into the spacious, full-width saloon with large windows; natural daylight is plentiful. Deep Minotti couches and comfortable chairs surround a cocktail table to create a large, casual space for conversation, reading, taking in a movie and relaxing.
Forward of the main saloon, a modern dining table and chairs center the space. On the forward bulkhead a custom art piece by Alex Turco is a focal point. Cabinets offer plenty of storage for dishware, cutlery, and table accessories. On the starboard side, the guest hallway continues forward past a day head, on to the master stateroom.
Navigation console with chart table on both sides. Raised observation settee and table. Starboard door leads to captain’s cabin with ensuite head.
From the bridge going aft, past a day head, is the sky lounge. The L-shaped lounge area is well situated for relaxation and good conversation as well as TV viewing. Custom, full wet bar with counter-top of prized light onyx and retractable bottle shelving gives this room extra versatility. The bar also serves the skylounge deck, being just inside the skylounge doors.
At the center of attention is the wood dining table and chairs which easily accommodate 12 guests. Stylish Paola Lenti furniture aft is arranged for cocktail and lounging purposes. It can be moved for other functions. Wide side decks lead to a guest area forward of the wheelhouse which offers a settee with built-in “double chaise lounge.” A perfect place to feel the breeze and sip a cocktail.
Forward is a Jacuzzi surrounded by full length lounging pads and a curved bar top with four bar stools for hot tub visiting. At the aft end of the deck comfortable lounging and conversation areas are set up. Paola Lenti furniture. Midway is a full wet-bar with sink, refrigerator and icemaker; a server can stand behind the bar and keep a watchful eye on guests at each end of the yacht. A large screen, outdoor cinema is a special touch for those balmy starlit nights.
Crew mess and laundry room are lower deck forward. Four crew cabins: three with 2 berths; one with 3 berths; accommodate a total of 9 crew members in this section. Captain’s cabin on bridge deck can house single captain or couple. Crew head in lazarette area.