Entering the cockpit the first thing you notice is the beautiful teak work that has been done to the boat. She boasts a full teak deck, teak mezzanine, teak covering and combing boards, as well as a custom faux teak transom and toe rails. The cockpit is a fisherman’s delight with two large in deck fish boxes, tackle center, refrigerated bait box, custom tuna tubes, and Release Marine fighting chair with offset pedestal. The air-conditioned mezzanine has storage under the seating and has an electric grill built in to the port.
Entering the salon via the electric door the first thing that comes to your attention is the random pattern satin finished teak interior with high gloss on the flat surfaces. There is a day head to port and a large L-shaped couch to starboard with a bird’s eye maple and teak hi-low table. Just forward to starboard is the U-shaped dinette with custom etched Channel glass above it. To port is the galley with three bar stools at the granite countertop and subzero refrigerators and freezers under the counter. Just forward of the galley is the a/v room that houses most of the boats interior electronics as well as a custom built rod and tackle storage area. Proceeding down the curved companionway staircase you have the large crew stateroom to port with head and access door to the engine room. Continuing forward down the companionway to port is the master stateroom with queen bed, large hanging, cedar-lined closets, ample storage drawers built in, and en-suite head. To starboard in the companionway is the washer dryer and linen storage closet. Moving forward to port is the guest stateroom with over/ under bunks, and en-suite head. All the way forward is the VIP stateroom with queen bed and en-suite head.
The bridge is very well laid out and has a three captain’s chair configuration, as well as fore and aft seating to port and starboard , and a bench seat forward of the helm. All bench seating on the flybridge provide ample storage. A large, deep freezer is center, all the way forward.