Bravo Zulu is a three stateroom, four head layout with separate crew quarters. She was built with an optional private stairway from salon deck to the owner's suite, in addition to the stairway down from the helm deck to the VIP and guest staterooms. She also has direct access via an interior stairway to the engine room from the salon.
The aft deck and walk around decks are wide and protect all the way forward to the Portuguese bridge, soled with teak decks and has a cap rail of high gloss varnished teak. Stairs from the aft deck lead up to the flybridge and boat deck with a 1200 lbs polished stainless steel davit. The flybridge is protected by a fiberglass hardtop and a new EZ2CY enclosure and has two mirrored L shaped seating areas each with dining tables. At the helm are two Stidd helm chairs and a full Garmin and Furuno electronics suite with controls and Yacht Controller remote.
From the flybridge helm deck heading down the interior stairs, you enter in the lower helm deck and galley. A single Stidd chair sits centerline at the helm that gives complete control of the boat and navigation equipment onboard. The galley is equipped with Sub zero fridge/freezer drawers, Subzero wine cooler, Fisher Paykel dishwasher and a gas stove as well as marble countertops with teak fiddles.
The main salon is a few steps down from the galley and was configured to feel like much larger yacht. With the deletion of formal dining and adding the owner's stairwell, this provides a larger settee in the salon, with two Stressless chairs to port and a 50" Sharp 4K Smart UHDTV that raises electrically from the cabinetry. Also to port, just forward of the aft deck entrance is an interior stairwell that leads down to the crew quarters and engine room, allowing for engine room checks day and night without having to step outside.
This master suite, located midship, can be accessed from the owner's private stairwell from the salon or the main stairwell forward and contains a king size berth, a wall of full-length lockers, and a large his and her head to port. At the aft part of the master stateroom is an office and storage area. Here you will find the separate full sized washer and dryer hidden behind louvered doors.
Forward of the master is the a guest stateroom with two single beds and the VIP stateroom with a queen berth, each with ensuite heads.
Crew quarters is aft of the engine room and can be accessed through the salon stairwell. The engine room has great headroom, access to all machinery and is kept to a high standard that the owner requires.