The expansive salon is entered through an electric sliding door and features a day head located immediately to port. To starboard, the leather L-shaped sofa offers rod or tackle storage beneath. A pop up television rises on an electric lift from the cabinet below. The granite-topped island in the galley proves very functional allowing you to enter from either side. The bar stools and the dinette accommodate family and guests with ample room.
Below, the full-beam master suite with king-size bed, upholstered headboard, his and hers maple- lined hanging lockers, and flat screen television lets comfort surround you. Fixed port and starboard portlights add natural light during the daytime, while they can closed at night for privacy.
Five additional staterooms accommodate family and guests with a queen centered VIP forward with ensuite head. Two staterooms to port with a shared head; one with two bunks and one with a double berth. Another bunk stateroom is located to starboard with a private head. Just forward of the galley on the main level is the 6th stateroom that sleeps 1.
The 206 square-foot cockpit gives you all the room you need to move around the rocket launcher. “T.Mack” is also equipped for SCUBA diving with an onboard air compressor to fill dive tanks. The mezzanine keeps necessities like a bait freezer, tackle, and a step box cooler close at hand. The flying bridge overhang provides shade for the mezzanine. The cockpit features drop-in fish boxes, transom live well, a transom door, under gunwale gaff stowage, and both fresh and raw-water washdown systems.