Large deck saloon area astern of helming position, with teak decked flooring and grey upholstery. This area has an L shaped dining area to port with teak table that folds to reveal a stainless steel frame with drinks holders. Opposite, to starboard, beneath a hinged teak faced cover, is a wet bar with electric grill, sink above twin Waeco refrigerators.
The helming position forward has a fully instrumented control area with seating for two to starboard. To port is an L shaped upholstered sun lounging area.
Both the helm area and the adjacent deck saloon have very generous glazing and are covered by a large, electrically retractable sunroof and access to the rear sunbathing area is via a fully glazed bulkhead wall that retracts downwards electrically.
The rear sunbathing area can be accessed by a glazed door in the retractable bulkhead and has a generous double or triple sunlounger to port and a removable beige coloured fabric enclosure.
Astern of this is a full width teak decked bathing platform that can be raised and lowered hydraulically and has a folding teak gangway/passarelle with handrail for easy shore access.
The rear sunlounger lifts to give access to a large garage/storage area for tender and sunlounger cushions etc. - equipped with an air line from the electric compressor in the engine room, for dinghy/RIB inflation etc. .
A central companion way, between the helm position and the sunlounger to port, provides access via timber steps to the internal saloon which has an L shaped dining area to starboard and a C shaped galley to port. The dining area is upholstered in cream and has seating for six around a timber table, while the galley has timber joinery with generous storage (as with the dining area), a double sink, cool box, refrigerator, freezer and cooker.
A bulkhead mounted TV may be viewed from either the galley or dining area.
Forward of the main saloon, accessed via a timber bulkhead door, is the master cabin with a large double island berth amidships, hanging locker to starboard and ensuite heads with sea toilet, hand basin and shower to port.
Aft of the main saloon, accessed via timber doors either side of the companion way steps, are two guest cabins - each with twin berths, upholstered in cream, that convert to double berths or seating.
There is an additional heads compartment with shower, basin and sea toilet, forward of the galley to port.
The foredeck, accessed via teak side decks has another large double or triple sunlounger upholstered in in grey and conceales lighting around its toe rail beneath the stainless steel pulpit rails.