Owner's suite: Full width stateroom with king size bed, ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.
Guests: Two double staterooms, one twin stateroom (with two additional pullman berths), one single stateroom (with additional pullman berth), all with ensuite bathrooms.
Crew: Captain's double cabin with ensuite shower/WC. Four crew in two twin cabins, sharing
ensuite shower/WC. Crew mess.
Reached by twin stairs from either side of the aft deck, the upper deck features a larg teak laid sunbathing area aft. There is u-shaped cushioned seating just forward of this, which can be used for dining or filled in to make another sunbathing area.
A full set of flybridge controls are forward, adjacent to steps leading down to the pilothouse, where in addition to the comprehensive navigation and communication equipment, there are chart tables to port and starboard and a two-seater bench f or guests.
The whole pilothouse is fitted out in blue leather. Steps eithe r side give access to the main deck.
The foredeck is the crew working and relaxation area, housing the two tenders and th ether watersports equipment. The starboard side door is for guest use and leads directly from the side boarding ladder.
The port side door is for the crew and opens into a corridor connecting the comprehensively equipped galley to the dining saloon and on from there down to the crew quarters.
Fully forward on the main deck is the dining saloon. Fitted with a large table surrounded by a green Connolly hide bench and matching chairs, this saloon has limed oak cabinets housing the crockery, cutlery and glassware, as well as a television and VCR.
The owner's intention is that the dining saloon can also be used as an office or as a separate entertainrnent area for children.
The main saloon is elegantly furnished in shades of blue and grey with black and gold striped curtains and slatted wood blinds.
Sofas and chairs face each other round a coffee table to port, whilst to starboard is a leather topped garnes table with two chairs.
Limed oak cabinets offer excellent storage throughout and also conceal a television, VCR and stereo system.
A day head is on the starboard side, opposite the galley to port.
Stairs lead up to an aft deck saloon with bar refrigerator, icemaker, large windows and a teak laid sole, which opens out onto the huge open aft deck.
This is covered by a canvas awning and features a large dining table. Access is from here into the lazarette.
Forward is the crew area, consisting of the Captain ' s double cabin with ensuite shower / wc and two twin crew cabins, sharing a s hower / wc .
The crew mess has full cooking facilities as well as a television, VCR a nd stereo and a monitor for the CCTV security system.
A stairway at the forward end of the main saloon gives access to the principal guest accommodation.
The owner has a full width stateroom with large double bed, television, VCR, stereo, walk- in wardrobe and ensui the bathroom with stall shower.
On the port side is a leather topped desk.
The black and gold curtains match the bedspread and b l end in with the other colours and the works of art. Amidships on the starboard side is a large single stateroom with optional pullman berth and an ensuite shower.
To port is a twin stateroom, with two extra pullman berths and an ensuite shower.
Aft of the engine room are two identical double staterooms with double berths and ensuite
All guest staterooms have stereo radio/cassettes and are decorated in soft pastel colours.