As you board near the stern, you walk into an airy aft deck with teak dining table that seats six. Just forward is the entry into the salon with a wet bar to port, and the stairway to the private master suite to starboard. As you move forward into the salon there are opposing settees and built in cabinets with storage and a wine cooler. Forward is a formal dining area currently used as a media room.
Forward of the salon and media area is a large galley to port with a wall of refrigeration, stove, microwave sinks and dining table. There is lots of counter space. The entry to the engine area is by a large hatch under a hinged counter top.
Forward of the galley is the pilothouse to port with a stairway to the upper deck. On the starboard side is a hallway forward to the captains cabin on the main level, the head used as a day head and steps down to the VIP cabin with king size bed and two baths. Just aft of the VIP are two guest cabins each capable of sleeping three in two single berths plus a fold down from the interior wall.
Forward, accessed from the foredeck are the crew quarters with two staterooms each sleeping two and two heads. There is also a laundry area.
From the pilot house there are steps up to the upper deck. Immediately upon stepping onto the upper deck, the upper helm is to port and seating and a BBQ area to starboard. Aft is a serving area for food and drinks and seating for at least ten. This is all covered by a bimini top and takes up only half the upper deck. Behind this area is a sundeck that provides ample area to enjoy the sights around. The upper deck can entertain at least thirty people in comfort.