4 guest cabins with en-suite heads and a crew bow cabin with separate head and shower on the port side and a washer/dryer. The Starboard aft cabin is a master cabin with a larger cabin with a small settee and a large bathroom. The Port Aft cabin has a double bed with a single “Pullman” for additional guests or children. There is also a separate toilet and tub. The Fwd port cabin also has a separate toilet and shower, while the Fwd starboard cabin has a single shower and head. Each cabin has an added ventilation fan and a deck hatch with manual screens that allow the cabins to be darkened. Salon and galley share the bridge deck room, while a wide cockpit provides access to the transom steps and the swimming platform. The main lounge door is a large stainless steel sliding door. The internal navigation station faces forward and allows the crew to keep watch while controlling systems and engines from a safe location. A large galley with appliances is on the port side, while a settee is on the starboard side as well as a folding dining table. The teak decked cockpit features a wet bar area with a sink and icemaker, a dining table, and plenty of seating space. Two top opening insulated drink lockers are on the back of the cockpit. The swimming platform reached from the transom to the transom behind the cockpit, providing the dinghy room. Two extendable arms deploy the dinghy with an electrical lifting mechanism. There is a central steering station on the flybridge, with all the winches, lines, and control systems in the vicinity, so that the boat is easy to reach, particularly for such a big catamaran. A teak table with a bench is in front of a large sunbathing area with a pillow. Both bow compartments were fitted out. Portside with a crew toilet as well as a hybrid washer & dryer. The starboard side has a crew berth.
Stainless steel bimini on the flybridge with navy blue canvas Revolving deck light on mast LED courtesy lights on transoms, cockpit and flybridge Electric horn on mast Waterproof speakers in the cockpit (2) and flybridge (2) Freshwater deck wash in cockpit and mast base for anchor washdown two additional lights on the flybridge with separate turn Sliding plexiglass hatch between cockpit and fridge (made initially with white caulk but recently replaced with black caulk) Teak toe rails Flush-mounted Lewmar deck hatches Aluminum gangplank two additional openings Lewmar hatches in main salon windows with dark plexiglass and all hatch frames painted black 2500W 24V windlass Dinghy and Outboard (Available separately: ask Broker for details).
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