Unmistakeable style for a "villa on the sea"
Step on board and the cockpit, teak-panelled like all the exterior flooring, immediately reveals the attention devoted to maximising space for social interaction - a large rectangular table in teak, a fixed bench and three armchairs can accommodate up to eight guests. Stairs from the cockpit give access to the spoiler and flybridge. A sliding door in tempered, darkened glass leads into the roomy salon. Immediately starboard is the stairway to the master cabin. The interiors, as elsewhere, are in teak, and the walls are entirely panelled in boiserie, with light coloured fabric for the upper sections. The salon is flooded with light from the two large rectangular windows, and includes a living area intended for total relaxation. To starboard is a divan with bar table, armchair and two coffee tables, one of which is central. This section leads into a working zone with extendable desk and armchair. Opposite are two comfy armchairs with a low unit concealing the 32 pop-up TV. The two chairs can also be moved near the divan to seat friends.
|Beam||20 ft 2 in||Dry Weight||154544 lb|
|Max Seating Capacity||20||Hull Material||Fiberglass|
|Hull Shape||Modified Vee||Fuel Capacity||1849 gal|
|Length at Waterline||66 ft 10 in||Length Overall||83 ft 10 in|
|Water Capacity||348 gal|