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 and a 'vanity' area. All structural units are faced in light coloured veneers. Deck-head 'down-lights' fitted providing a well-lit fore-cabin area.
Aft to Starboard is a SHOWER/HEADS COMPARTMENT: with electric toilet, wash/hand basin with H&C tap and shower facility. The shower tray has a pump out sytem to a 'grey-water' tank. The GALLEY AREA is also in the lower level, neatly laid out with built-in cooking appliances including a flush-fitted electric hob, microwave and refridgerator - with 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 SALOON with purpose-made helm console to port, housing the engine instrumentation, controls and electronic fitments. A comfortable suspension seat is provided for the helmsman. Opposite - to starboard - a bench seat is provided for two crew members - complete with a chart table. Aft is a large U-shaped settee area with ample stowage space under and a 'pedestal table' - lowering to provide a combination whereby a double berth can be provided with the aid of the elements placed as 'back-rests' to the 'day seating' arrangement. Opposite is a an entertainment centre with TV, radio CD player and drinks cabinet - all within a well matched work-top with front-opening lockers. The carpentry throughout the vessel uses American Light Oak with solid edging and the blue upholstry sets off the wood tone perfectly. The interior finish has precision linings at the deckhead extending down to a furnisher level. Warm air heaitng is provided with outlets in each cabin and the down lighting provides a comfortable living environment when staying aboard.
ENGINE ROOM: accessed through the cental wheelhouse gangway with treadplate floor. Service access is good around the engines and to essential component parts - seacocks, filters, batteries, etc..
COCKPIT AREA accessed from the offset bulkhead door to port with central demountable table and seating against the rear bulkhead. The area is largely open with access to a large flush lazarette hatch for additional storage and fuel tanks are located outboard. The area is self-draining. A stern door leads to the teak slatted platform with a swinning ladder and shower facility.
A ladder provides access to the:
FLY-DECK with stand-alone console and seating at the forward part. Essential instruments and electronic items are duplicated at the upper console. The elegantly angled gantry mast houses electronic antenna and safety aids and a stylish spray screen follows the curvature of the forward part. This area has a tonneau cover when not in use.
All deck surfaces have a simulated teak deck (TekDek) finish.
Accommodation areas have warm air heating and adjustable 'soft lighting' providing a confortable environment for long stays aboard. Currently the Main Saloon is not set up for berthing but a simple adjustment could be made to make useable. The combination of light timbers and upholsteries provides an 'easy on the eye' atmosphere.