Note: To follow is a description of the planned design for this vessel based on the drawings from Setzer Design Group. The vessel's interior joiner package, loose furnishings, overhead and soft decor have not been installed though the staterooms, living spaces and cabins have been built to the drawings; bulkheads are in place, major piping and wiring are roughed in and the inventory is believed to include much of the equipment , hardware and fixtures required to complete the vessel. This vessel is being sold "as is where is" and is a tremendous value.
Upon entry into the main deckhouse from either the port or starboard exterior side decks, one enters the main salon foyer with a day head to port and centerline access aft to the spacious main salon measuring 34' x 17'6" and surrounded with large windows allowing unobstructed views of the water. The high overhead accentuated by a recessed design feature make this area light and inviting. The proposed arrangement includes curved lounge seating forward port and starboard, a full service bar aft to port, a game table and chairs to starboad. A desk to starboard hides a flat screen TV. Two hinged doors on centerline and protected by a generous overhanging deck, open on to the large elliptical aft deck measuring fourteen feet fore and aft on centerline. Two additional port and starboard bulwark gates allow convenient access for boarding from tenders or docks.
Forward of the main salon is the large open dining and galley arrangement featuring large windows, an island preparation and cooking area with a raised bar and stools. The dining area with a beautiful curved bulkhead forward could also be enclosed for separation and privacy from the galley. Large working counter spaces, separated appliances, two pantries and large windows make this a professional chef's dream.
Forward of the galley and behind a thickly insulated bulkhead are two identically dimentioned guest staterooms, each with queen berths, two hanging lockers, recessed TV cabinets and private head and shower. Each stateroom has the original brass portlights which were removed and restored and provide outside light and views.
Below the main deck and accessed from the midship foyer, two crew cabins with a large head, crew lounge with refrigerator, sink and dinette join the engine room bulkhead with a watertight door. A large lounge room is forward to starboard and a laundry room with washer and dryer are to port. Two cabins each with two berths and a bunk and private heads with showers allow use by additional crew or guests. A linen locker is on centerline. The separation of this area from the main deck provides privacy for the crew and engine room access from the lower deck for safety.
The owner's private deck is located on the 01 level above the main deck and is accessed by an interior stair that opens in to the skylounge. This area features large windows around classic elliptical bulkheads. Unobstructed views of the water while seated anywhere in this lounge are the result of low profile bulwarks with polished stainless steel rails. This area features a fireplace!
The owner's suite with a king berth and large head is accessed via an offset companionway which provides privacy from the sky lounge. Entering through an overhead archway, the aft facing berth with classic millwork is located on centerline. There are three hanging lockers, a desk and built in drawer cabinets port and starboard. The master head is acessed from both port and starboard doors and has an enclosed water closet, two sinks separated by a vanity, and a tub/shower. There are linen lockers outboard. Complete walk around side decks with polished stainless steel rails offer commanding views from the raised bow deck and the large sun deck aft. This exterior deck is 18' in length on centerline and averages 15' in width. It has two exterior stairwells port and starboard that access the main deck. A bar cabinet with refrigerator and ice maker shaded by the overhanging boat deck provides service to a large dining table that seats ten. The views, privacy, and separation this deck provides will truly enhance long voyages.
The pilothouse and boat deck on the 02 level feature a traditional funnel and room for tender's, life rafts and a crane. The pilothouse provides excellent visibility through eleven pilothouse windows. Two of the windows are roll down type as often used on these vessels. A raised settee with table is located aft of the helm seat and contains a flag locker and chart storage. A navigation desk is to starboard and a pilot's cabin and head are accessed from the port side companionway. There are two aft facing weathertight doors port and starboard that open on to the boat deck. There is a fly bridge deck above the pilothouse with a large observation deck protected by polished stainless steel rails.