The tremendous response we have had from the yachting public, owners and professionals has led us to the conclusion that we needed a standard layout and then several optional layouts to meet all of the requirements we received information on.
The lower deck layout stays the same in all of the arrangements, though there are options for Pullman berths and sliding single bunks to form doubles. The standard main deck layout has the master cabin on the main deck and enclosed galley. The next arrangement is exactly the same but with the option to have a sliding panel between the galley and the dining area to make an open galley format. There is a change in the one of the refrigerators, the oven layouts and china cabinet to create a fully open format.
Both of these layouts can also be done with the “Captains cabin” up option, which would give you the option to carry up to 6 crew or have a dedicated cabin for fishing guides, scuba guides or other extra personal. You still maintain a comfortable skylounge with this option with the convertible settee and full head and shower to give you the 5th stateroom.
The other layout options are created if you take the “master Cabin Up” option which puts the master behind the wheelhouse. The impressive thing about this layout is that you have almost all of the features you find in the main deck cabin, the same amount of storage and hanging locker space. An option to have a tub/shower combination and private toilet room.
The master up then gives you several other options for the Main Deck.
You can have a large TV/Lounge with a fold out queen settee and full head maintaining your 5th guest option. This then would allow you to create a bar/game room where the Aft Saloon is or keep the Saloon and have two lounging areas. You also have a large office area.
Another option is to have a full country kitchen with extra large additional pantry, informal dining/breakfast table. You still maintain the separate formal dinning area; again you have a good office space.
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