Sleeps eight in four cabins, including two spacious forward cabins and a magnificent owner's stateroom aft. They are individually decorated and furnished, with an abundance of storage space. A separate crew cabin and head enhances the feeling of privacy.
The forepeak contains the anchor chain locker, as well as storage for fenders, dock lines, spinnaker and spares, and is separated from the living spaces by a watertight collision bulkhead with a Freeman Collision door. Aft of this bulkhead is a roomy head and washbasin to port with a generous shower area opposite to starboard, shared by both forward guest cabins. The washing machine is located on the starboard side of this head.
The guest cabin to port has an upper and lower berth. The cabin to starboard has a lower double berth. Both cabins are quite large with generous hanging lockers and more than ample storage areas. These cabins are well ventilated and lit with deck hatches, opening portholes and hull ports. A specially-designed chart drawer is located under the starboard berth for world-wide chart portfolios.
The main saloon is located amidships and takes full advantage of WILD THING'S beam of almost 19 feet. A huge U-shaped settee to port seats six around a unique cherry table with maple border that folds along its length. There is a rather unique navigation/office area opposite in the forward starboard corner to provide a separate office area that, with a quick turn on the grand leather chair, can become part of the main saloon activity. Further aft to starboard is a settee that can be used as an overflow sea berth. There is a liquor cabinet located below the TV/entertainment center that is hidden by cherry cabinetry when not in use. The fixed hull windows – a Little Harbor trademark – add to the light and open feel below.
The double crew cabin is aft of the main saloon to starboard, entered through a day head. This cabin is located near the engine room for instant access. The day head also contains a shower and a large storage locker.
The very spacious galley is aft to port with all the accoutrements expected on a yacht of this quality. Features include:
- Corian countertops with inlays
- Double sink with pressure fresh water and macerator drain system
- Instant hot water system
- Force 10 four-burner propane stove with oven and broiler
- GE microwave oven
- Grunert 120 volt refrigerator/freezer with vertical access door for refrigerator
- Raritan icemaker
- Custom beveled glass-fronted cabinets with custom storage racks
- Full galleyware – dishes, utensils, glasses etc.
The owner's full-width aft cabin has an L-shaped settee to port with a queen off-center berth to starboard. Opposite the berth is a marble top vanity with inset sink and beveled wraparound mirror. There are his and hers hanging lockers, numerous drawers and storage lockers and a private head and stall shower.
Aft of the owner's cabin is an oversized lazarette containing the life raft, a passerelle, spare parts, and four scuba tanks. Two smaller aft lazarettes contain two propane bottles, PFDs and snorkel equipment. All three aft lazarettes are accessible via flush Rondal locking hatches on the aft deck.
The interior of WILD THING is beautifully crafted with satin-finished American cherry joinery with custom raised panel cabinetry and gloss highlights. The cabin sole is gloss-varnished teak and holly with stainless recessed latches. All exposed hull surfaces are lined with solid cherry ceiling strips. The overhead is divided into removable sections covered with off-white leather with hatch screens and blinds that conveniently slide away when not in use.
Hanging lockers are lined with western red cedar. All other lockers above seat level are lined with cherry or Formica trimmed in cherry. All wiring and plumbing in these lockers is completely hidden from view by removable panels.
All heads have granite countertops and marble shower floors. Vertical surfaces in the heads are bright white with teak trim. Berth and seat tops are Formica-lined, with access to storage below through multiple lift-up openings. There are separate removable floorboards for access to tank tops, seacocks and machinery. All water and fuel tanks are below floor level, leaving volume under settees and seating for extensive storage throughout the vessel.
Interior upholstery is green leather, with white cockpit cushions including comfortable backrests.