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THE BEELIEVER accommodates up to 8 guests in 4 Staterooms, plus up to 4 Crew in 2 Cabins.
THE BEELIEVER sleeps up to 8 Guests in 4 Staterooms, plus up to 4 Crew in 2 cabins
Starting aft on the Swim Platform is a hot/cold shower, removable stanchions, a portable ladder for water entry/exit and a water-tight door to the crew area and Engine Room. Curved stairs on each side lead up to the Aft Deck where the outside dining table with settee and dining chairs are located. A cabinet with sink and granite top is to starboard above with a TV that drops down from the ceiling. Freshwater wash-down is also on this deck. A door starboard leads down to the Crew Quarters and Engine Room. Steps to port lead up to the Wheelhouse/Skylounge Deck.
Sliding glass doors open to a spacious full-beam Salon/Dining area. Directly inside to starboard is an inviting curved, granite-topped bar with icemaker, fridge and sink as well as storage. Comfortable chairs make this area a favorite not only for drinks and appetizers, but also for watching TV and using a laptop. To port is a lounge area including a new off-white sofa. Forward is a high-gloss oval dining table with surrounding custom dining chairs. One cabinet forward reveals the temperature-controlled wine cooler; two other lighted glass cabinets display art.
Two steps up from the dining area is the U-shaped Galley with essentially new appliances (See Galley List) and granite countertops. Beyond the Galley is a large Dinette and settee, used for visiting with the cook, informal eating or watching the news on the wall-mounted TV. Doors from each side open to the side decks. Across from the Galley is a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and stairs which curve up to the enclosed Pilothouse/Skylounge.
The Pilothouse/Skylounge forward and above with bridge and piloting functions. (See Navigation /Communications List). Two helm chairs and a well-organized up-to-date instrument console cross from one side to the other. Behind this, to port, is a raised observation settee with a small raised table. Farther aft is a large, U-shaped, full wet bar with sink, fridge and icemaker and plenty of storage. On the other side is a lounge area with settee and cocktail table. The television is on a lift near the bar. The aft window at the bar descends electrically, making the bar directly open to the Aft Deck.
The aft Boat Deck has a table with settee and an electric barbeque grill, stairs to the main deck, Davit and the Tender.
Back on the Main Deck Dining area, a starboard hallway leads forward past the Day Head to port, then stairs lead down to a Foyer and Owner/Guest Staterooms. Foyer cabinetry conveniently houses a washer and dryer, while another stores supplies and linens.
Aft is the full-width Master Stateroom with centerline King bed and a nightstand on each side. A long bureau with 12 drawers is on each side of the room. His and her cedar-lined closets are separated by a wall-hung television. His and her bathrooms, each with their own entry, are joined together by a luxurious, large shower with built-in seat. The luxuriously appointed bathrooms boast medicine cabinets; light Onyx countertops and are mirrored for an extra sense of space.
Continuing forward to the Guest Staterooms, to port is a centerline queen-bed stateroom with a hanging locker and cabinets for storage as well as an en-suite bathroom with a tub. The starboard stateroom is configured with two single beds, over/under in an L-shape. A hanging locker and cabinets as well as en-suite bathroom complete this room. The fourth stateroom is forward with VIP centerline queen, two hanging lockers, drawers and cabinets plus en-suite bath. All baths have countertops of either Onyx or Marble.
On the Foredeck area, a double sun pad for lounging is perched on the coach roof. A windlass, anchor, hatch access to chain locker and a locker for the electrical cable connection to shore power are found here.
Crew Area and Engine Room are accessed by the stairs on the Aft Deck or through the door on the Swim Platform. Descending stairs from the aft deck is the crew/engine room foyer with a full-size refrigerator/freezer and entry to the Engine Room forward (See Mechanical List). From the Foyer aft is a Captain’s Cabin with centerline Queen bed, hanging locker and drawers. A second cabin has over/under bunks with storage. A head with stall shower is shared. This entire area was originally custom designed and was refit it with new walls, ceilings, floors, and bedding. A new washer to complement the dryer was added as well as an extra hanging locker.
Solid fiberglass hull with glass/Divinycell superstructure
Eco-Teak decks aft and Swim Platform (2015)
Generators & Electricity:
Shore Power: (2) retractable shore cables: 100 amp, 50 amp with remote
Ship’s Monitoring System:
Autopilot: Simrad AP25
Compass: Richie Powerdamp Magnetic Compass
Main Galley Equipment:
Accommodation Ladders: Side-boarding Gangway and stairs plus ladder
Exterior Showers: Hot/cold shower on Aft Deck/Swim Platform
Fire Fighting Equipment:
THE BEELIEVER has been well cared for all her life. She has had various upgrades to enhance her already well-functioning, appealing quality and offers the coveted sunken bar in the main Salon and enclosed Pilothouse/Skylounge also with a large entertainment bar; both near to serve the Aft Decks. Four staterooms for the Owner and Guests are well separated from Crew in an aft custom designed area.
Natural stone throughout—Onyx, marble and granite, as well as custom, upscale upholstery; create an ambience beyond the norm. All new Galley appliances, LED lights and electronics keep THE BEELIEVER up to date. Mechanically THE BEELIEVER is in excellent condition. In October 2020 she was hauled for her annual bottom work and professional service on the engines and generators was completed.