The Owners of this custom-built MegaYacht recently invested over $1.0 MM, in a complete Refit of the Interior, as well as other major Mechanical $& Electrical systems.
The Interior itself saw a complete make over..With new carpet, a "KENZO-STYLE" Interior, New Sofas in the Main Salon, New Dining Area, and more.
At the aft end of this sleek 107-foot hull is the Cruising Cockpit, which provides access to the swim platform, and is perfect for scuba, fishing, and all the water sports.
The Engine Room is just forward and down a few steps through a water-tight door. The twin MWM-Deutz diesels (@ 1960 HP) were just majored, and have only 10 hours of running since. There are two new diesel gen sets (@ 50 kW), and the entire space has been detailed, including the installation of a new SS overhead.
Up a few steps on the starboard side of the cockpit, and you're on the spacious, full-width Aft Deck, with its large L-Shaped Settee, seating 10 guests comfortably, with a gleaming oval teak table - for dining or cocktails.
Forward and through a full-height sliding glass bulkhead, is the full-beam, 30 foot long Main Salon. With high headroom (almost 7 feet) and large windows, there is lots of light to illuminate several seating areas to entertain over 30 guests. To Port is a long, angled bar, with seating in comfortable custom-upholstered chairs.
To Starboard is a seating area and table for another 10 guests, and, at the forward end of the beautifully teak-paneled Salon is the Media/Conversation area - with two opposing sofas, separated by a round glass and teak table.
Just forward of the Main Salon, and to starboard is the Day Head, or Powder Room, moving further forward, and along a wide companionway, and past the Raised Pilot House, you enter the very comfortable and casual "Country Kitchen."
The full Galley, with all the necessary and latest appliances are built in along the aft bulkhead. A ceramic 4-burner, counter-top range and oven are built into a large granite top Center Island, which provides an efficient work area, and separates the Galley from the forward Banquette and L-Shaped Settee, with plenty of storage under.
Stairs to starboard lead to the Crews' Quarters, with a Captain's S/R and en-suite head and shower aft of the stairway. Another Crew S/R is forward and to Port, and there are two V-Berth and another head and shower forward.