From the cockpit one enters the pilothouse with dining to port and navigation area to starboard featuring a pilot station forward with seat and a full sized chart table. Steps lead to the lower salon which is filled with light from the extended pilothouse windows. To port is full dining for 8; entertainment center is situated in the aft corner. To starboard is a small coffee table and lounge area perfectly situated for TV viewing. Aft of the salon to starboard a passageway leads to a single cabin outboard with ensuite head. Inboard is the door to the engine room located under the pilothouse/decksalon. Continuing aft, the master stateroom features a queen centerline bed flanked by two settees. Three hanging lockers, drawers below the bed, a desk, and other compartments provide plenty of storage. An ensuite head provides a stall shower, toilet, and sink with Corian countertops.
Forward of the salon a central corridor leads to mirror image guest staterooms port and starboard. Each has twin beds, a bureau between, hanging lockers, drawers, and other compartments for storage. The ensuite heads have a stall shower, toilet, and sink with Corian countertops.
At the end of the passageway a door opens to the galley with crew mess to port and a U galley to starboard (see Galley List). Forward of the galley are two identical crew cabins each with a single berth and storage. They share a head to port.
The interior is honey-colored teak; lattice wood doors and leather-bound door handles give texture and distinction to the interior. Overheads are white; soles are teak and holly. Lamps and overhead halogens provide interesting and warm lighting. Portholes and hatches give natural ventilation in every room. Ocean Air blinds provide black-out and mosquito screens.
On deck, approaching from the passarelle aft is the driving cockpit and further forward the social cockpit with large teak table. Between the social cockpit and entrance to the pilothouse is a deck area that can be used for sunning. Forward of the coach roof, midships, another teak table for dining can be set up surrounded by deck chairs while comfortable sun pads designed for the coach roof give sun worshipers their due. Classic-style custom hatches and dorades populate the deck. The windlass forward brings a pivoting anchor out of the deck compartment to be launched off the bow, starboard.