Stepping aboard the vessel at the hydraulic swim platform, you will see a series of steps flush mounted in the deck. When the swim platform is deployed, these become stairs leading from the water into the cockpit. The cockpit entrance door is to starboard, with an oversized sunpad and optional seating along the transom. The cockpit features a high gloss, folding teak table, a cockpit shade and overhead retracting sunshade. Below the cockpit seating, access to the captain’s cabin is located to starboard. To port and starboard, you will see teak steps to permit access to the bow of the boat, and floating teak steps to port leading to the flybridge. The aft bulkhead of the saloon is mirrored glass windows with three sliding doors across the entire entryway offering multiple configurations. Before entering the saloon, you will see an aft wing station with Zeus pod control, engine shutoff, bow thruster, underwater lights and washdown controls. Upon entering the saloon, you will see a breaker panel with a dry bar and icemaker immediately to starboard and an aft located galley to port. The galley has dual sink basins, a three burner cooktop stove, dishwasher, convection microwave, full size refrigerator and freezer as well as storage cabinets throughout. Moving forward from the galley, you will see a stairwell to starboard that accesses the master stateroom. The master stateroom is full beam and amidships, with natural lighting coming in oversized windows to port and starboard. It has a private head with walk in closet and pass through shower between closet and vanity. On the saloon level, moving forward past the master stairwell is overstuffed white linen couches with an electric height adjusting coffee/dinette table offset to port. The saloon finishes with a lower helm station that boasts a full complement of Raymarine and Mercruiser electronics and a double wide helm seat. Electric windows to port and starboard, as well as in-line dual skylight hatches above offer the ability to open up the vessel to the outside elements. The forward stairwell grants access to the guest quarters with twin bunks to port, a dayhead to starboard and the VIP berth in the bow.