The interior is a very rich teak and mahogany trim with raised panels and trim in the style of old craftsmen including crown moldings. Polished brass lamps and substantial hardware sets the interior off in a soft comfortable feel. Granite counter tops enhance the quality.
The layout starts with the Portuguese flybridge that enables the skipper to have maximum visibility when maneuvering her in tight spaces. The bridge is huge with three Stidd helm chairs with a full electronics package to get the owner safely along on any passage. Behind the helm is a settee and a desk/navigation station. There are two side doors out to the Portuguese bridge and another door aft out to the large deck. The deck features a Lynx propane BBQ a sink ample storage and a large TV. There is another dining area under an awning. Aft of the entertaining area is a boat deck along with a 2,500 lb. Nautical Structure davit and 15’ dinghy.
The main deck features wide deep walk arounds from bow to stern. The covered California deck is spacious with seating for entertaining or dining for 8 to 10. There is a full control station for backing into a slip or for fishing. Two large doors open into the salon with its beautiful teak and mahogany paneling and comfortable furniture. There is a fire proof wool custom carpet.
Forward of the salon is the center foyer into the boat with doors on each side. There is a day head, the stairway to the flybridge and the stairway to the master suite.
There is a spacious galley that has an abundance of counter space and storage. The appliances are the same as in your home. The galley opens onto the dining/family room with a very large dinette plus a breakfast bar. There is a stairway down to the guest accommodations featuring a VIP with a centerline queen berth and ensuite head. The guest stateroom features a full double and a twin berth along with an ensuite head.
Down from the entry foyer is the master stateroom, which take full advantage of the 20-foot, 6-inch beam amidships for the least motion. A king berth is on centerline. A vanity is to starboard, and doors flanking the berth lead forward to his and her separate heads separated by a shower.
The crew area which you enter from the cockpit features a large utility room with a Snap-On built-in tool chest, stainless steel counter tops and ample storage for spare parts. It also serves as the crew lounge. The crew area is finished in rich woods and features a galley area with two Sub-Zero under counter refrigerator/freezers, cook top, and sink. The crew berths are upper/under berths along with an ensuite head and stall shower. This is a crew area suited for a much larger yacht.