Starting forward is the crew quarters with upper and lower berth. This cabin has opening portholes with safety covers. Built in to the locker forward is a Miele washing machine and dryer. To port is a head with toilet, washbasin, and shower. Port aft is a captain’s cabin with double sized berth and opening portholes.
The galley is aft to starboard. There is a small passageway forward. In this passageway is a stainless steel and teak ladder up to the crew scuttle. In the passageway is seen an ICOM model #M405 VHF radio and a fire blanket.
The main salon and dining area are on the lower level. There are three deck hatches, portholes across the front, and portholes in the cabin sides. There is a large circular settee to port with dining table and two loose chairs. To starboard is a smaller settee with tables. Starboard aft is a day head. Alongside is a marble top with sink. Aft are stairs to the upper salon. Centerline aft is a sound door which reveals a watertight door to the engine room.
The upper salon is up approximately 5 steps and has large fixed windows and portholes. To port is a builtin settee with
table. To starboard is a small settee. Port aft is a desk. Built into the desk is a Panasonic TV on a list. There are soft
patches in the deck and overhead for engine removal.
Forward are the stairs down to the main salon. Aft are stairs up to the wheelhouse and stairs down to the guest accommodations.
In the aft lower passageway is a cabinet. In here are the centerboard winch controls and winch. The winch is fitted with a 7 x 19 stainless steel cable. Aft of this cabinet and down lower is a removable locking pin for the centerboard.
To starboard off the passageway is a guest stateroom with double size berth and opening portholes. There is a door aft of the head with a second door to the passageway. The head has a toilet, washbasin, and enclosed shower.
To port is a guest stateroom with two lower berths and a porthole. Low in the locker is the Koopnautic main control panel. This stateroom shares the head across the passageway.
The master stateroom is aft. It is full beam with opening portholes. There is a centerline queen, two settees and deck hatches. In here is seen a multifunction phone. There is a private head with toilet, washbasin, and enclosed shower.
The interior of the yacht has had a complete and major refit. It has been redesigned with all new solid teak woodwork. The interior design is all raised paneling and high gloss varnish. The cabin soles throughout are teak and holly. The interior of the yacht is in new condition. (See remarks.)