The fully insulated interior is dry, well lit (99% low power LED) and ventilated.
There is an unbelievable amount of living and storage space, which makes for a comfortable
home as well as allowing for extensive provisioning and storage of spares, toys and
luxuries. We also have more headroom than many yachts. Concealed behind wooden panelling
we have a washingmachine, fridge and a chest freezer.
A diesel heater/water central heating system can heat the yacht throughout within
minutes via the radiators in each of the cabins, as well as heating water. This has
many advantages over the normal air heating in that the greater thermal mass provides
more even heating, things can be dried on the radiators and they are great to snuggle
up to if you are feeling cold (although the boat always feels cosy inside even on
cold days because of its insulation.. )
The joinery is teak and sapele, in a high standard deep gloss finish. Walls and ceilings
are ash faced and/or white glossed panelling to complement the dark wood and create
a feeling of light and space. The cabin sole is teak parquet with ash in the master
cabin/stateroom. All interior doors are teak panelled with louvres. Most of the fittings
such as hooks and rails, door knobs, electrical sockets etc are brass (many of these
are antiques from old passenger cruise liners). All port lights are finished with
a varnished wooden surround.
The combined saloon and galley area in the centre of the yacht is an ideal layout
for socialising and serving meals however we also use the table up in the pilot house
frequently, whether eating, reading or on the laptop, as it has 300 degree views
There are 3 separate cabins (one x double and two x 2 bunk) and also a pilot bunk.
The yacht sleeps 6 in cabins and up to 8 if needed. There are two spacious heads
each with a shower and large hand basin.
For further detail in a bow to stern sequence please click on the links below or
use the menu.