The yacht sleeps 6 and has 6’2” headroom.
Note that the starboard settee in the main cabin is shorter than shown as there is a wet-bar just aft of the helm on the listed yacht. The addition of the wet-bar and the seating on the fly-bridge were custom changes made by the builder on behalf of the first owner.
The forward stateroom has a double berth to starboard and much locker space. There are hanging lockers port and starboard. The enclosed head is to port has a shower, electric head with holding tank, mascerator pump; sink with vanity.
The galley has a three burner Princess electric stove with oven, two stainless steel sinks, (12/110 volt electric) refrigerator and lots of counter and locker space. The fresh water capacity is 360 ltrs.; and there is hot and cold pressure water. A stainless steel 50 ltr. hot water tank was recently added.
The dinette opposite the galley drops to make a double berth. The main cabin is three steps up.
Full length settee to port; lower helm forward to starboard; wet-bar aft to starboard with a sink, liquor storage and (12/110 volt electric) refrigerator with icemaker; there is a smaller settee aft to starboard. The cockpit is at the same elevation as the main cabin for easy access.
The interior of the yacht was finished to a high standard in teak by the builder. The current long-standing owner has improved on that by having teak and holly cabin soles professionally installed; reverse-cycle A/C with nicely installed ducting and vents; teak joinery at the helm and so on. The upholstery is very fresh and an attractive emerald green fabric with a satin finish; complimentary draperies, valences, headliners and duvets have also been added; all foam cushions and the double marine mattress forward were replaced.