The interior is finished in varnished European hardwood with white overheads and recessed lighting. Louvered blinds and curtains provide privacy. There is custom upholstery and carpeting throughout.
Starting from the aft deck, entry is made into the main salon which is has couch settees port and starboard with a central coffee table. Forward of the salon and separated by a low counter enclosing a hidden, electrically raised television, is the dining area. The dinner table on starboard has seating for eight. opposite the table on port is a counter/bar area with refrigeration under the counter.
Forward of the dining area is the entrance to the lower deck staterooms on port and stairs up to the flying bridge on starboard. Forward of that is the galley area on starboard. There is a door to the side deck from the galley as well as a port side door opposite the galley.
All of the way forward on the main deck is the pilothouse. There is a center-line helm seat and a L-shaped settee on port for guests.
Owner and guest quarters feature a full beam master suite midship featuring a center-line king berth, a large head on starboard with stall shower, and a walk-n closet on port. Forward of the master stateroom are port and starboard guest staterooms that have twin berths and en-suite heads and showers. All of the way forward is the VIP stateroom that has port and starboard twin berths, closet, under berth drawers and an en-suite head with shower. All of the heads feature marble sink counters, electric heads, and bidets.
Going up to the flying bridge, with a forward helm station followed by large U-shaped seating/dining areas port and starboard. There is an adjustable bimini top that can be positioned to cover the seating. All of the way aft on the bridge deck is a radar arch, electric davit and dinghy storage.
The entrance to the engine room and the single berth captains cabin and head is on the port side of the sundeck and there is a foredeck accessed crews quarters with three single bunks and a head under the.