The 75' Constellation will turn heads when it arrives at any world destination. It sleek profile exudes performance even at dockside. The vessels massive side decks allow for easy boarding. The two aft hull sponsons can provide quick access to swimmers with it's extended swim platform. The cockpit is reached by wide staircases off the port and starboard decks. The massive cockpit can entertain dozens of guests and is equipped with forward and aft settees and dining table.
The salon has a unique double pocket door setup which when fully opened provides an unobstructed view aft. When entering the salon your first impression is awe from the sheer volume of open space. The entire sole is covered in Bamboo. The overhead is a light colored sectional with accent lighting. Immediately to port aft is the U-shaped galley. Mahogany countertops and accents give a rich look. Some key features include BOSCH refrigerator, dish washer, microwave, stove top, and double side by side sink. Forward is a massive U-shaped settee which can easily seat 12. Across to starboard is a Navigator Station Forward, which also houses the A/C D/C distribution panel. Starboard aft is the dining area. The entire salon bounds with light from to two tiered window sections port and starboard. There is also a full view forward which also features tempered glass with a light tint to dissipate heat.
The port hull sponson consists of two cabins, two heads and one laundry room with BOSCH washer and dryer. The forward cabin has an elevated King size berth with an unobstructed view forward. The Head features direct flush toilets,stall shower with multiple spray nozzles and glass pedestal sink.
The aft cabin has a queen berth, abundance storage and quick access to the salon. There is also another full head with a second door to the salon for day head access.
The starboard hull sponsor also has two cabins and two heads with the same layout except there is a large office/ study.
Port and starboard aft wing stations allow for easy piloting on either side of the vessel. The forward deck is massive and can safely seat a dozen.