The main accommodation, which benefits from full Webasto central heating is entered through the wheelhouse, which itself is air conditioned and has two doorways, to access either port or starboard sidedecks.
The deckhead is oyster white Awlgrip and the cabin sole is an extension of the exterior pitch pine deck. Visibilty from the deckhouse is excellent and the large rear windows drop down and the forward side windows slide open.
A centrally fixed helm seat is opposite the ship's wheel; the engine instrumentation, including Kobelt controls; Sidepower bowthruster control and all navigation equipment (see Navigation/ electronics section) are mounted on a teak dash (top of wheelhouse/ deck saloon bulkhead)
A beautifully crafted double hatch arrangement allows access to the owner's cabin and en-suite wc / bathroom on the port side of the wheelhouse, or the engine room to starboard.
The owner's cabin is vast, even for a motor yacht of these dimensions. Entering the aft cabin, from the wheelhouse, down a four step companionway, there is a well appointed bathroom with an automatic Tecma WC, shower and storage lockers. Moving aft into the owner's cabin there is a large double berth, settee, desk and interior joinery allowing a great amount of storage. There are four bronze opening ports down either side of the trunk cabin, and a butterfly style hatch at the aft end of the deckhead. A Candy 3.5 kg washing machine is fitted in the aft cabin. The cabin sole is oak, the bulkheads are oyster white Awlgrip and plenty of teak trim.
Moving forward from the wheelhouse, there is a small deckhouse or chartroom, once again with excellent visibility forward. There is a U-shaped settee, the ship's barometer and clock, a full size chart table and two folding occasional tables. There are two 240 volt sockets and further navigation electronics (see Navigation / electronics section).
Descending another level brings you to a spacious and well equipped galley, which is to starboard, but laid out athwartships. This space is manageable and secure, even in rough conditions. There is a Eno gimballed gas oven and four burner hob; a Bosch dishwasher; Moulinex microwave; two large fridges and a stainless steel sink with mixer taps. Opposite the galley is a large storage cupboard for ship's stores and crockery.
Another three steps down is the main saloon; the same mix of oyster white bulkheads, teak and mahogany joinery gives a wonderful feeling of space and light - helped by four opening
ports and a butterfly hatch in the deckhead. Comfortable settees run either side and there is a fold-up dining table amidships (to seat eight). There are picture and reading lights and a flat screen TV.
It is a reminder that you are on a 70 foot (21.35m) boat when you move forward from the saloon, into a small vestibule, with two identical shower/ WC compartments port and starboard (1 x Jabsco manual WC and 1 x Tecma automatic WC). Further for’ard is a large double cabin with twin berths and a stairway to the foredeck via a forward hatch. This cabin also contains drawers and lockers.