SLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS ONE CREW
The yacht has totally separate accommodation areas:
A large wheel house/bridge which houses the navigation. The layout of the saloon, galley and helm are on two levels. There are two individual pilot seats at the well-equipped helm which, together with the additional seating opposite the galley, provides excellent all-round visibility during navigation and enables all passengers to enjoy their trip together.
Access to the lower deck is via a spiral staircase where there are three cabins and two complete heads. The main double cabin is central with its own private head, a double guest cabin in the bow with its own head which also offers shared separate access to the twin cabin.
On the flybridge there is a large sundeck and an external steering/navigation module with linkage and control panels in which all necessary navigation aid equipment can be installed. In the same module there is a seat for the helmsman and crew and, separate from this, an open “U” shaped sofa module.
The owners cabin is midships with a centreline double bed and ensuite head compartment with toilet, sink and separate shower stall.
There are two guest cabins, one starboard with twin beds and one forward in the bow with a centreline double. These two cabins share a second head compartment with toilet, sink and separate shower stall, which can be reached via the corridor or direct from the bow cabin.
The crew cabin aft is reached via its own entrance and has a single berth and small ensuite.
Galley equipped with