The aft deck is sheltered by the sky lounge deck above and has a bench settee facing a large teak dining table with six dining chairs providing for a party of 10. Gates either side lead down to the swim step or ‘beach club if the transom is open. The stbd gate also leads to the passerelle if it is deployed. An electric sliding stainless framed glass door leads forward to the main salon.
The Main Salon is bright and airy with pale oak fluted paneling with wenge accents, dark wood plank flooring, comfortable pale upholstered sofas to port and forward facing a glass coffee table and a single armchair. The feature of this room is the huge floor to ceiling window to stbd providing a mesmerizing view.
Forward is the formal dining salon with a large table set athwartships with seating for 10. A similar floor to ceiling window is here, this time on the port side.
A hidden sliding door to port leads forward to the galley, described in greater detail below, while a sliding door to stbd leads to the lobby with a sliding stainless framed door outboard to the side deck, staircases to the lower deck and wheelhouse and a dayhead inboard the owner’s suite forward.
The owner’s suite has a king size berth against the forward bulkhead flanked by night tables and enormous floor to ceiling feature windows. A full walk in closet and huge bathroom with his and hers wash hand basins, a large shower/tub with sliding glass spash panels and a separate WC with a bidet complete the suite.
On the lower deck are four guest staterooms. The aft pair are identical mirror images with queen size berths, hanging lockers, dressing tables, large hull windows and ensuite shower rooms. The forward pair are also mirror images, this time with twin berths, large hull windows and ensuite shower rooms.
On the upper deck the comfortable wheelhouse is very impressive with 270 degree views through vertical widows. All equipment is logically laid out and is described in detail below. Aft and up a few steps is the expansive skylounge. There are no side decks here, so the width of this room is greater than expected. An essential bar is in the forward port corner, and a dayhead is forward to stbd adjacent to the stairs to the flybridge via a sliding glass hatch. A comfortable settee to stbd faces two casual arm chairs and cabinetry to port concealing a pop-up tv. Aft is a glass wall with sliding glass doors leading out to the deck.
The skylounge deck is free of small boats which are stored in the garage, so the space is never compromised. A large dining table with 10 chairs is ideal for an alfresco meal, aft of which is a grouping of outdoor sofas around a coffee table. The bulwarks here are topped with stainless railings and clear lexan windscreens providing expansive views. Aft to stbd a staircase leads down to the aft deck and another leads up to the sundeck.
Stainless and lexan railings surround the sundeck. A large Jacuzzi is just forward of several sunloungers and a convivial conversation area is further forward with L shaped settees and drinks tables under the arch shade. A few steps in the center lead down to the Flybridge control station to stbd and a comfortable observation settee to port.
In all, the guest areas are Supreme. There are plenty of spaces inside and out for large gatherings and several more to get away with a book and be alone. And at all times you are engaged with the sea with clear sightlines to the horizon.
Crew areas are well thought out with three twin berth ensuite cabins, a proper crew mess, large galley, and full laundry.
The pullman style galley is to port amidships with a pantograph door to the side deck and a short stairway inboard up to the pilothouse.