Entering the yacht from a spacious cockpit, you step up to an air conditioned mezzanine with comfortable seating for four and a drinks fridge.
Entering the saloon through an electrical door, to starboard is a wrap around sofa with built in tackle storage, and a large 65" TV to port. There are two comfortable club chairs to port. Forward is an open galley with three crocodile-covered bar stools.To starboard is a dinette for four with a wine cooler. Rod storage is in the hallway.
Going into the accommodations, the huge master is to port with a walk around queen bed and an elegant marble ensuite. The VIP is forward of the master and has light louvered joinery work with another walk around bed and an onyx ensuite and shower. To starboard is the day head which is shared ensuite by the third guest cabin with bunk beds. Aft on the starboard side is the entry to a full-beam spacious crew cabin with access to the pump room and the immaculate and well laid out engine room.
Comfortable custom stainless steel spiral stairs lead up to the well appointed flybridge with two Bluewater helm chairs, and all electronics behind sliding Perspex doors which makes the flybridge appear very clean and tidy. All engine gauges, generator on/off lights and radios are hidden behind lift-up varnished hatches. The Bridge also includes a concealed induction cooktop on the port side. Forward of the helm station is a lovely varnished area with ample seating for ten with a bar fridge and dining table. The Hopewell tower has full controls.
Recent upgrades include new teak decks, Northern Lights Generators, Bridge Enclosure and Cushions, SIMRAD Electronics, and Seatronics Monitors.