A fine example of modern styling with a comfortable and inviting appeal. The warmth, richness and symmetry of the interior woodwork give superb flow as you walk through each area, while the elongated salon windows offer a widened perspective especially upon aft entry.
The most common place for dining is typically al fresco on the aft deck. This area is only one of three dining options aboard and offers plenty of space while enjoying the views at anchor.
The main salon is very inviting with luxurious oversized chair, L-shaped sofa perfect for more formal cocktail seating or versatile enough to put your feet up on the chaise portion for movie time. The main dining comfortable seats 8 in elegance and provides a superb alternative to aft deck dining.
Of the four staterooms below deck, the Master is most forward, VIP aft and Twin staterooms amidship. Each stateroom features state of the art A/V and flatscreen TV’s.
The Master stateroom offers plenty of natural light via 4 rectangular angled windows on each side, has a comfortable settee and ensuite Master bathroom featuring white porcelain double vessel sinks, elegantly tiled stall shower and rich marble top accents. The king size bed faces aft.
The Queen VIP features a side desk or vanity area, natural light from two traditional oblong portholes on each side and ensuite bathroom with similar styling as the others, single sink and stall shower.
The starboard stateroom offers two Twins while the portside stateroom features a Queen. Each of these are ensuite with toilet and shower.
Heading up to the flybridge is where most find this yacht has some of the best layout for her size. From another dining area, which can be shaded or not with the retractable sunroof, to the more sunny Jacuzzi and three chaise lounges for relaxing, guests are sure to find ‘their spot’ on this deck for the majority of each trip. When not on this level, there is even more space to capture the on-deck views forward. Here guests will find a large sunbed with full bimini and bench seating.
*Photography by Thierry Dehove