Above left: The captain’s cabin is luxuriously appointed with double berth and ensuite head. Top right: Tidy and clearly labeled
fuel manifolds make transfers easy and intuitive using the combined pump and fuel polisher. Above right: Nonskid walkways, solid
safety rails, and an easily accessible trio of fuel filters mark the engine room.
Directly across from the stairs is a guest cabin with
double berth and ensuite head that includes a full
shower, while the VIP stateroom is forward with a
lozenge-shaped berth and another pleasantly sized
head with shower.
The master spans the full beam, with an athwartship
queen-size berth, a dedicated computer desk, and an
ensuite head that runs along the port side. Clearly
designed for long-distance cruising or living aboard, the
stateroom has a full walk-in closet forward plus another
walk-in closet on the aft bulkhead. A watertight and
soundproof door in the aft closet leads to the engine
room, allowing the owner easy access and providing an
emergency exit from the engine room as well.
The flybridge is pleasant, with an impeccably
finished hardtop shading a pair of settees with tables.
The skipper has another centerline pedestal chair
behind a smaller version of the clean dashboard in the
pilothouse. Separating the seating from the boat deck
are a pair of fiberglass consoles that create an outdoor
kitchen with barbecue, sink, fridge, and lots of storage.
Surrounding the boat deck are double stainless steel
rails atop coamings, and the weld work on these falls
into the jewelry category. Each weld is fully polished
and, in fact, the stainless steel fabrication from the
engine room exhaust supports to the bow and side rails
is truly exceptional.