When entering from the stern you first arrive at the cockpit and sunbathing space which is cleverly designed and generous. To the stern is an enormous sunpad at seating height, for stretched-out sunbathing. The pad is large enough that six people could lie side by side to catch the rays, its white sunpad blends into a forward-facing couch that accompanies a fold-out solid teak table. A small, incorporated back rest separates the couch from the sunpad; this backrest also acts as a headrest for those sunbathing. There is a barbeque to starboard and a fridge to port, with a Bimini overhead to offer additional shade. The whole area is sociable, comfortable and sheltered and in close enough proximity to the saloon that conversations can be held between the inside and the outside.
Moving forward from the cockpit there are double doors. These open to the saloon decorated in tones of gray, brown and cream, giving a contemporary but warm look. The floor is in wenge, the couches and seats in cream Alcantara. There are electronically controlled curtains that descend over the elegant, tapering windows. To starboard as you enter is a cabinet in wenge, housing glasses, a refrigerator for drinks and the music system. A flat screen TV also rises from the cabinet.
Further forward is a six to eight person dining table with a sofa and chairs. To port is an L-shaped couch around a glass and stainless steel coffee table. A further seat forward, matching, completes a C configuration around the table, but without making it formal or constricting, just very inviting.
Forward of the sofa is the helm station with two racing-style wrap-around leather seats that tilt both backwards and forwards for optimum visibility. A black console trimmed with dark leather offers a full range of instrumentation.
Below decks: down a few central steps from the lounge, also in wenge, with small lights hidden in them, is a corridor to the sleeping area. Immediately to the left of the stairs is the owner’s cabin. Once through the entrance door there are further stairs and a small corridor in oak leading you astern to the cabin itself. The full-beam (18 foot) cabin is lit by two large eye-shaped portholes divided into three, letting in a substantial amount of light. There is a wardrobe, vanity unit and a table and two seats for breakfast of private dinner. The wood fittings are in wenge. A lot of hidden storage is cleverly incorporated into the area below the main stairs. A spacious ensuite bathroom opens off entrance corridor with a box shower with a wooden grating and a geometric style dark brown sink unit.
Vip and guest cabins
Moving forward again down the corridor to port is a smaller cabin with two vertical bunks in bleached oak. Opposite is a twin guest cabin with en suite bathroom and shower. To the bow is the VIP cabin, which is spacious, again in wenge, and lighter brown shades with an en suite bathroom shower. Extendable reading lights and large portholes make this abin pleasant to spend time in.
Situated under the windscreen, the galley is perfectly placed with a great deal of natural light and effectively rises over two floors. The galley is equipped with generous work surfaces, an oven and a full-height fridge. The most interesting feature is a central electrically lifted storage box of around a yard square that rises out of the floor for easy access.
Foredeck and stern
Stepping outside, you notice the wide walkways. On the foredeck, there is a further sun-bathingarea with a padded sunbed that could host two couples. The stern offers the bathing platform and a spacious garage for storing the tender. On the swim platform is hot and cold fresh water shower and hydraulically operated swim ladder for access to the water. The swim ladder is completely hidden when not in use.
Williams Jet Dingy 3.3 meters or 10’ 10”, 104 H.P, gas owered with USCG safety equipment. Tender is stored in the Lazarette
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