This Offshore 54’ pilothouse motoryacht has a semi-displacement hull with a raked stem with anchor platform, a large skeg keel, twin active stabilizer fins, and a transom stern with stern platform with swim ladder. There are stainless steel capped rub rails on the hull sides and there are stainless steel handrails around the decks.
The deck layout is that of a pilothouse motoryacht. The foredeck has two flush hatches over storage lockers followed by a low forward cabin trunk with a skylight hatch over the forward accommodations. Next aft is the raised pilothouse, which has port and starboard doors and an overhanging top forming a visor with a skylight hatch above. The lower main cabin trunk follows and has large side windows and the flying bridge and boat deck above. Side decks step down and lead around the cabin to the aft deck, which has a flush sole hatch to the lazarette, flush hatches over fish/storage boxes, a transom door, a salon door, a starboard side control station and ladder to the boat deck, and a port side sink counter and cabinets. The aft deck and side decks are sheltered by the overhanging boat deck. The flying bridge deck has a centerline helm station, two pedestal pilot seats, a port side “L” shaped settee with two tables, and a starboard side companionway to the pilothouse followed by a sink counter with cabinet. The boat deck is aft and has a barbecue, a davit crane, and chocks for the tender.