The entire interior, including the crew quarters, is finished in a raised panel cherry with burled elm inserts designed by Ken Freivokh. Accommodations for the Owner's party are in three or four staterooms, with a large salon located at the main deck level.
Upon entering the yacht, an elegant deck salon provides a panoramic view of the surroundings. A large sofa with two easy chairs and coffee table are located to port.
Starboard is a large burled elm dining table with an LI-shaped settee and three upholstered dining chairs, providing elegant seating for eight. A desk finished in the same style is just forward of this area. Forward of this area is the instrument console and main navigation station. There are watertight doors to port and starboard of the navigation console.
Walking forward, down four steps, is a passageway offset to starboard that continues forward to the crew quarters. Along the outboard side of this forward passageway is a large freezer and special built-in storage for vacuum cleaners, dry goods, inverters, technical manuals, linens, and towels. The master stateroom is accessed from this passageway.
Continuing forward along the passageway, a door leads to the crew quarters, in this area there are four cabins. The captain's cabin/fourth guest cabin has a full queen size berth and the other three have upper and lower berths. Each cabin has fully tiles ensuites baths with stall showers. All toilets were new in 2012.
Moving aft from the deck salon, four steps curve down around on centerline and lead aft. Off this passageway to port is the electrical control room and starboard is a large utility room with a big airing cabinet washer/dryer and access to the engine room. Aft off this bright, wide passageway is the crew mess and communications room located to starboard. A large, well-equipped galley is on the port side. Aft is two additional guest staterooms with access to the aft deck via a stairway.
The deck cockpit features a raised helm station with instruments, secondary radar, and controls for the thrusters and captive winches. This area provides the helmsman with a 360-degree view of the yacht. Comfortable seating and tables are arranged, both port and starboard, aft of the helm station.