Describing the vessel from top to bottom and from stern to bow:
The flybridge area has an FRP hard top with an FRP radar arch with stainless steel and aluminum supports. The helm is to the port side of centerline in the forward area and has a bench seat with a back that flips forward, so that when you sit at the helm there is back support and if you flip it, it faces aft. There is a wet bar on the port side just aft of the helm. The aft area of this deck is taken up by a large, U-shaped settee and table that seats twelve. Outboard of the flybridge on the starboard side is a wing deck with wing controls to ease in docking. At the aft end of the flybridge (boat deck) is where an electric davit, dinghy chocks, and the hard bottom inflatable dinghy is stored. There is a companionway and stairway that leads down into the pilothouse.
Stepping aboard the vessel onto the enclosed aft deck, there are FRP wind skirts and safety glass enclosing the sides, with the FRP boat deck overhead. There is a large teak table and chairs in the center of this deck. The deck is al clad in t4eak, this teak runs from this aft deck and up the side decks to the bow. There are clear, safety glass wing doors on either side of the cabin house, facing forward, giving access to the side decks that are protected with bulwarks and custom Italian aluminum safety rails. Going forward on the side deck, there is access into the service galley/laundry room from the port side, and into the pilothouse from the starboard side.
Stepping into the main salon from the aft deck is a large open space with an L-shaped settee on the starboard side. On the port side, immediately upon entering the sliding doors, there is a small bar area which leads into a curved staircase that goes to the deck below. Continuing forward there is an updated galley open to the salon with large refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, dishwasher and plenty of countertops and storage.
Continuing forward from the galley, there is cabinetry all along the starboard side. Going forward through this bulkhead, there is an entry to the port side with is a stairway leading to the flybridge, or continuing outboard is the service galley/laundry room. Continuing forward on the walkway will take you to the pilothouse, which uses the full beam of the vessel. There is navigation instrumentation forward and an office type setting outboard and aft on the port side. Across the aft bulkhead is the ship’s monitoring panel (electricity and tanks) as well as flag storage. Continuing forward from here, there is another curved stairway that leads to the deck below.
The aft stairway from the main cabin leads below, and facing aft there are two cabins. On the starboard side is a VIP stateroom with a queen berth and an ensuite enclosed marine toilet with shower and bidet. The port stateroom has two single berths and a smaller enclosed marine toilet and shower. On the forward area of the landing is the entry into the engine room. Inside this space are the two Detroit diesel engines (16V92TAs), two generators (40kw and 35kw), five A/C compressors, water purification, frequency controller, oil separator and the stabilizers. At the entrance to this engine space there is also a second electrical distribution panel.
Descending the stairway from the pilothouse, upon the landing, aft is the master stateroom with a king berth on centerline and cabinetry on the forward bulkhead and outboard. Behind the aft bulkhead is the enclosed marine toilet. On the port side in an enclosed shower and across the aft bulkhead is a double vanity. On the starboard side is a marine toilet and bidet, and on the forward end is a large Jacuzzi tub.
Going forward from the master stateroom, to port is the smaller of the VIP staterooms, with a large double berth and ensuite head and shower. To starboard is a walk-through office area with shelves and cabinetry for storage of all the ship’s manuals, and other ships’ information pertinent to running the vessel. Continuing forward, there is a large open V-shaped stateroom with over/under single bunks on the starboard side and on the port side, a double berth. Forward of this area if a hatch and ladder giving access to the foredeck with storage in the cabinetry outboard of the ladder. The forepeak is dedicated to the chain locker.