From forward (below).....
MASTER CABIN: A central 'King Size' double-berth with storage under and lockering at a higher level on both sides of the cabin. Additional storage under the bed, a hanging locker (stbd) and a 'vanity' area (port). Light coloured veneers give a light and airy cabin feel. Deck-head 'down-lights'
SHOWER/HEADS COMPARTMENT: with electric toilet, wash/hand basin (H&C) and shower facility. The shower tray pumps to a 'grey-water' tank. The GALLEY AREA is at the lower level, neatly laid out with built-in cooking appliances including an electric hob, microwave and refrigerator plus top access cool box - all in matching cabinet style and with ample storage space above and below the preparation surfaces. A companionway leads up to:
WHEELHOUSE DECK SALOON with helm console to port housing engine instrumentation, controls and electronic installations in close proximty. A comfortable suspension seat is provided for the helmsman. To starboard - a bench seat is provided for two crew members with a chart table. The saloon has a large shaped settee arrangement with a pedestal mounted table ans stowage lockers. Opposite is drinks cabinet and space for TV and entertaqinment centre - all within a well-matched cabinetry. The timber finish throughout the vessel is American Light Oak with solid edging with blue upholstery setting off the wood tone perfectly. Warm air heating system is provided with outlets in each cabin and the down lighting provides a comfortable living environment.
ENGINE ROOM: accessed through the central wheelhouse gangway, the engine room has a 'treadplate' floor providing good service access.
COCKPIT AREA: accessed from the offset bulkhead door, the cockpit area has a central demountable table and seating against the rear bulkhead. The area is largely open with access to a flush lazarette hatch for additional storage and access to the fuel tanks. The area is self-draining. A stern door leads to a teak slatted platform with a swimming ladder and external shower facility.
Ladder access to the: FLY-DECK with stand-alone console and adjacent seating. Essential instruments and electronic duplication is provided and the angled gantry mast houses electronic antenna. A stylish spray screen follows the curvature of the forward part of the fly-deck. A tonneau cover rpotects thius area when not in use.
All deck surfaces have a simulated teak deck (TekDek) finish.