On the main deck, full-height windows, with narrow non-obstructing mullions, and a radiant glass enclosed dining-room, make maximum use of natural light. The master suite on the main deck forward is full beam with faux leather ceiling and slatted rafters. The sun deck is a full-width sky gym supplemented by an adjoining steam room and day head, easily reached by glass elevator or spiral stairs which open out onto the sun deck aft lounge and dining area. The sun deck features a swimming pool with in-water bar and a spa pool forward.
The more conventional upper deck saloon doubles as a cinema room with a screen rolling out of a banquette. The understated interior furnishing uses Jatoba wood and leather with bronze accents to create a mellow atmosphere. Another large alfresco dining area is aft and glass panes give good protection from the wind. On the upper deck, the VIP cabins lie to starboard and port and on the lower deck are four cabins on the centreline.
The tenders are in a self-contained garage with gull wing doors on both sides of the hull, a good solution for launching in most conditions.
Key Features include:
Tim Heywood exterior and Andrew Winch Design interior
Glass elevator running through four decks
Sliding French doors in the VIP cabins
Spa pool, wet bar and swimming pool
Upper deck saloon/cinema room
Touch-and-go helipad Beach club
Self-contained tender garage