Top: Rich makore is used generously throughout the interior of the Altima 61 Pilothouse, blending smartly with custom designer
fabrics and window shades. Above left: The U-shaped galley, open to the pilothouse forward and the saloon aft, is blessed with
abundant counter space and contemporary stainless steel appliances. Above right: The island queen berth dominates the full-beam
master stateroom, but built-in furniture and abundant closet space make the cabin eminently livable.
panels, overhead storage compartments around the berth
and drawers beneath, and a Bomar hatch overhead.
While this kind of luxury and storage may violate the
rule of making sure guests don’t overstay their welcome,
owners can rest assured that their guests will be able to
sleep in comfort and stash their belongings in style.
The midship master stateroom, which is reached by
descending a private spiral stairway from the saloon, is an
exercise in luxurious living, an adult-size getaway with
exquisite woodwork and shoji screens. A massive walk-in
closet and a bureau with a chest of drawers are set to
starboard of the centered island queen berth, which
is flanked by two beautifully crafted nightstands. The
master stateroom also features a built-in, full-size Malber