The layout allows for a maximum of eight guest berths and two crew in five cabins with five heads and
separate shower compartments.
Owners', guests' and skipper's cabins will have hanging lockers with auto light. All cabins have a mirror fitted.
Access to the Saloon from the cockpit is via a set of teak covered steps, backlighted on the bottom side, with stainless steel handrails on side. The ladder structure is made of aluminum. A custom double sliding, smoked glazed access system is installed at the companionway. This system has a mechanically balanced and assisted operation. The access ladder continues aft, in order to give access to the guest area, and features a plexiglass divider between the steps going outside and the ones which give access to the guest area. Below the ladder, in the foyer, a little settee or alternatively a little storage or oilskin locker find place, while below the steps going down into the foyer, which can be removed, there is an access to the main electric switch panel.
Going into the saloon there is a large table to starboard which serves an ‘L’ shape large settee, leather
upholstered. The table has a veneered top panel with stainless steel details and it features a sliding
mechanism. There may be also additional stools in order to create more sitting area. Alternative custom
tables are available on request.
To the aft side of the sitting areas, on the bulkhead, a good size mirror TV finds place. A custom drinks locker is fitted forward, surrounding the mast area.
To port side there is a bar area which also works as a kitchen island and which can be provided with tall
stools. The island is covered with ‘slatelite onice classico’ on the saloon side which is also backlighted.On
the port side, the galley and the chart table find place.
The material used within the saloon are ‘Eucalipto fumé’ for the joinery, white leather stainless steel strips for the floors and white leather and sand nabuk leather for the headlining.
The hull sides, hullports and hatches recesses are upholstered with brown leather, while the venetian blinds are made of wood and leather.
The sofa is white leather upholstered.
The same material used within the saloon are also used for the main foyer, which is virtually a continuation of the saloon itself.
The Deck Saloon is extremely light and airy, with four bonded to coachroof windows and two opening
deck hatches. There are also two long non-opening hullports, one per each side.
These hullports contribute to the great feeling of light and space, giving a panoramic view whilst at anchor.
On this yacht the chart table area is located in order to be a natural continuation of the galley worktop, forward of the galley, and it’s provided with two front-facing panels which accommodate the all electronics, a small chart table and a stool which can be removed when not in use.
A small stainless steel support stay is fitted on the chart table lid. There is provision for the stowage of charts. Stowage will be provided also for navigational books, almanacs, etc
The aft cabin is configured with a double berth which is centre lined, one pouf which serves a dressing table and an office desk, plus two large hanging lockers, with drawer and locker space. There is access to the ensuite aft bathroom which is split in two parts, located forward to both sides, one for the shower and the other one for wc, both served by a washbasin. This cabin is also provided with a safe, flush fitted with digital keypad.
This bathroom is split in two separate areas, on port and starboard side. The starboard side one includes a separate shower by Bianchi e Fontana and a washbasin; the shower walls and floor as well as the bathroom floor, walls and washbasin counter top are all covered with Saint Laurant marble with part of the shower corners to be backlighted. Also the washbasin is hollow into the same material and has taps by Fantini and plumbing by Paffoni.
Forward of the master cabin are a pair of guest double cabins, one either side of the corridor.
One of those cabins is configured to be an upper/lower berthed cabin, while the other is double berth one. Each has ensuite WCs and showers and an hanging locker. The beds also feature a big storage space under the slats net which can be lifted up.
The port side bathroom features a washbasin and a Tecma electric wc (black color) and the same material as per the starboard one but has Alpilignum joinery instead of marble which is fitted on the floor and on washbasin counter top and stowage doors only. This bathroom also has a ‘mirror TV’ which is hidden behind the mirror.
Headlining for both bathrooms are made of white leather covered panels. Quality large type mixer taps, thermostatic shower controls and fittings are by Fantini and Inda.
The two aft guest’s bathrooms serve the two aft cabins and are almost specular. They are both fitted with a separate shower by Bianchi e Fontana and they feature walls, floors and washbasin counter top in “Slatelite Selene”. The headlining is made of “Dani Boxland” leather and of varnished panels. The wc’s are Tecma electric (black colour). Both the bathrooms feature quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower control by Fantini and fittings by Inda. In particular the taps are fized to floor and have a cylinder design.
The washbasins are mounted on the slatelite counter top and are by “Glassdesign” (colour black); the port
side one is a gum type (flexible).
In both bathroom there are rollaway stainless steel wirings fitted in the shower which can be used to
hang wet clothes; in this way the shower cubicle can be used as an oilskin locker.
Lockers for wash bags, cleaning materials and linen stowage are provided
Forward from the saloon, which also include the galley on the port side, there is a VIP double berth cabin which uses the all beam of the yacht and has an en-suite good size bathroom on the starboard side. This cabin is also provided with a safe, flush fitted with digital keypad.
The VIP bathroom takes the all length of the VIP cabin and is placed on starboard side. The shower walls and washbasin top are made of “Slatelite Elios”, while the other walls feature an “Alpilignum” joinery. The floors are made of “Calacatta Oro” marble which is also backlighted into the shower. The headlining are made of “Dani Boxland” leather.
Hidden behind the mirror, a TV finds place too.
The wc is an electric Tecma (Black color) and the quality mixer taps and thermostatic shower control are
by Fantini, while the bathroom’s fitting are by Inda. The washbasin is a ceramic type, squared, over
counter top mounted, by “GSG Ceramica” (glossy white color).
Forward of this cabin is a double crew cabin with ensuite head and integral shower. This cabin is also fitted with a laundry corner which includes a washer-dryer; the access to this cabin is through a generous size deck hatch only.
The Crew head which is accessible from the crew cabin only, features a Corian type floor with integrated grate for shower drain. The bathroom has an integrated shower and for this reason all the wall, lockers and other surfaces are made of easy to clean material, like Corian or similar. The bathroom has taps and shower fittings by Paffoni and a Tecma electric toilet (white colour).
In the bathroom as well as in the cabin itself there are rollaway stainless steel wirings fitted which can be used to hang wet clothes; in this way the bathroom can be used as an oilskin locker, while the cabin area can be used as a drying area.