Number of single berths: 12
Number of cabins: 3, plus 2 crew cabins
Number of heads: 4
Pulsar II accommodates 12 in total. Entering through the cockpit door we must step down and are facing the "Panorama view" sofa arrangement at deck level. This leads to a spacious design that is unique in its kind and which normally is found on larger yachts.
The engine room is below this island type construction that is surrounded by: on port side the galley and starboard the stairs leading to the salon on one side and the aft connection to the cabins and the galley.
Forward we find the salon with a large U-shaped table and two chairs. Across there are two sofas, one of them with an elegant drinks table. The second sofa has a backrest that can be optionally lifted and used as an additional bunk.
All berths are fitted with a battening system. The owner's cabin is forward of the mast, the salon that is located just aft of the mast. A full-beam owner’s cabin offers plenty of space for the king-size bed and lockers and on starboard a sofa that can be turned in an additional bed. Large and comfortable wc/shower room.
The salon and owner’s cabin offers DVD and CD Bang & Olofsson.
Two guest cabins are located aft of the salon on either side, each with en suite WC / shower rooms. These cabins offer a resp a double bed with a higher placed bunk and 2 bunks above each other.
The interiors are light and practical, with as a major theme the combination of light teak and light blue Alcanthara covering the cushions. Modern and sober Danish design with some classical lamps for variation. All corners are beautifully rounded and designed, in a refined and detailed way that demonstrates the dedication of the interior architect.
All fronts of drawers, doors for working tables and wardrobes have an 8 mm solid wooden capping; the integrated louvers ventilating the same areas are flush. The veneers are light teak with a silk finish.
Forward of the owner's cabin is a watertight bulkhead with a Miele washing machine and the storage for the Gennaker, behind which there are 2 crew cabins and one shower room.
The 28 mm thick floorboards are made of plastic honeycomb sandwiched between 2 layers of teak plywood with light holly stripes. All drawers use metal runners which give extremely smooth operation. The visible topsides are lined with white vinyl paneling. Enough grab rails of varnished teak or stainless steel to make her a good sea boat.
The toilets are Sealand VacuFlush. Each head compartment is fitted with a Granite washbasin and thermostatically controlled mixer taps for the shower. All piping and fittings made of rigid polypropylene.
Sinks and mixer tabs
Each head compartment will be fitted with a "high tech" Granite washbasin and thermostatically controlled mixer taps for shower and quality mixer taps for washbasins. All piping and fittings made of rigid polypropylene.
The hot and cold pressurized freshwater system is pumped by an AMFA 990 pressure pump with 24 litres accumulator tank.