Boarding Jubilant is accomplished from either the swim platform aft, or by side boarding gate ladder both port and starboard onto the aft deck, or through side boarding gates amidship on both port and starboard sides to the walk-around decks. The boarding ladder is an ultra-light carbon fiber ladder which can be deployed by one person.
Entrance from the swim platform to the cockpit is by transom door. The cockpit is set up for fishing with two live wells, an Eskimo ice chipper, tackle center, outriggers, rod holders, custom teak rocket launcher pedestal. The crew and engine room door is accessed from the cockpit center line forward. Stepping down into the Crew Quarters is the crew mess. In this area is a microwave, an additional refrigerator, the ships freezer, and a washer/dryer. There are two crew cabins aft with berths for four. The Captain’s cabin is to port with a Pullman berth overhead, and the second crew cabin features over-under crisscrossed berths. Both staterooms have in-suite head and showers and combination safes.
The aft deck is accessed from the cockpit staircases, located both to port and starboard. The aft deck has a large dividable teak table with a wide molded in transom seat as well as 8 teak chairs. This area features a full bar with ice maker, refrigerator, grill, and drop down TV. There is a staircase to the boat deck/enclosed flybridge above with storage under this staircase. There is a day head on the aft deck.
The salon is accessed through an automatic stainless framed electric sliding door. Large windows combined with a high ceiling and teak wood trim add to the salon’s open appearance and feel. Immediately to port is a large "L-shaped" aft facing custom sofa . This seating area features a custom teak and holly inlaid coffee table. Across from the sofa is a large bar with ice maker with granite counter top and sink. There is a 50" CD TV next to the bar and an entertainment system. Fishing rod and tackle storage under custom sofas, reel storage under custom coffee table.
Forward to starboard is a 10 ft. sideboard with a wine cooler, fridge and storage for three sets of flatware. Amidship forward in the Salon is the formal dining area featuring a round teak table that will seat eight.
Forward of the Salon to port is an entry door to the butler's pantry, starboard side is the deck level foyer. There is a Day Head in this foyer and storage under the stairs to the raised Observation deck and Sky-lounge/Pilothouse. Just forward of the staircase up is the starboard main Galley entrance.
The Galley is designed for maximum counter, cooking and refrigerator space. There is a large stainless sink, a commercial Sub-Zero refrigerator, freezer and two commercial Kitchen Aid convection ovens and warming drawer. The Galley also features a 5-burner Kitchen Aid ceramic cook top with commercial Kitchen Aid microwave and abundant storage for cookware.
Forward of the starboard foyer area on the main deck is one of the two master staterooms. There are two large cedar-lined closets on either side of the 46" TV. The bed is a center line king. The bathroom is three steps down with an enclosed head and large shower with seating area. Floors and counter tops are bronze and brown granite. Combination safe in this stateroom.
In the center forward of the Salon is the staircase to the Lower Foyer. The Lower Foyer accesses the three staterooms below deck, as well as the central guest washer/dryer and linen closet/storage cabinet.
The second Master stateroom is located forward of the staircase landing in the Lower Foyer. This cabin features a center line king berth with storage underneath, night tables, abundant drawer storage forward underneath the 46" TV and cabinet storage outboard to starboard. There is a small couch to port and two cedar-lined hanging lockers outboard. This stateroom has four large portlights which give the room a lot of natural light. Combination safe in this stateroom.
The unique feature of this lower master is the large bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. There is a lighted vanity with expansive top and two sinks with storage. The finishes are in bronze and chocolate granite.
Aft of the Master through the Lower Foyer on either side of the staircase landing are the additional two guest staterooms. The Port Cabin has a queen bed and the Starboard has two full size twin beds. Both cabins feature nightstands, drawer storage, TV, large portlights, and in-suite heads with showers. There are full hanging lockers in these staterooms.
Back up to the on deck Foyer to starboard is the stairway to the Observation Lounge and Sky Bridge. The Observation Lounge is accessed off of the staircase to the Sky Bridge. This area was designed to be a conversation area for guests while underway and offers a 180 degree view well above and over the bow. This area is an excellent area for informal meals and entertainment from the pop-up TV.
Up the staircase from the Observation Lounge is the Sky Bridge. This is one of her best-selling points. The Sky Bridge pilothouse area is the perfect position to pilot the yacht with 360° vision. There is a full array of state-of-the-art electronics mounted on the helm console and a Stidd electronic leather helm chair.
The Sky-lounge has a large custom "L- shaped" sofa with storage underneath and a large custom coffee table. To the port side facing is a pop-up 42" TV. On the starboard side is the Wet Bar with Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer and ice maker.
Going out aft of the Sky-lounge through the automatic electric stainless steel door is the aft deck with a 6-person Jacuzzi and Nautical Structures crane and a tender. There is a seating area and a bar built into the Jacuzzi with a 26" TV mounted next to the BBQ. There is a Kitchen Aid ice maker and a refrigerator on this deck. Access to the aft deck is down a wide stairway on the starboard side.
The bow is accessed via full walk-around decks and features a forward seat for relaxing while underway.