The forward end of the main deck is fully devoted to the master suite, where two more balconies fold out from the hullsides. The owner's office lies not between the starboard side entry foyer and the stateroom, as is common, but to port, where it can also be used by the crew as the ship's office. A longitudinal bulkhead forward of the office creates a fitness room to port, and it's easy to imagine a dive off the adjoining balcony into an azure sea for a refreshing cool-down after an invigorating workout.
On the other side of the bulkhead, the owner's king berth faces to starboard with a spectacular view out to the sea across the other balcony. A small table and two chairs can be moved onto the balcony for a casual breakfast or intimate dinner. The head, forward, includes separate his-and-hers toilet and bidet compartments, spacious counters port and starboard, a large shower on centerline forward, and a whirlpool tub in the aft port corner.
While there's no galley on the main deck, Sanlorenzo has provided a small pantry adjacent to the pilothouse for snacks, and a bar aft for drinks. A day-head is located to starboard adjacent to the guest entry foyer. Exterior stairs from the partial side decks provide access to the foredeck, where a small table and wraparound banquette provide guest seating at the bow. Gullwing doors from the pilothouse to the side decks provide both visibility during maneuvering and crew access for mooring or anchoring.
In addition to the main-deck master suite, guest accommodations include four staterooms belowdecks. The VIP stateroom spans the full beam forward, and includes a queen berth to port and a desk-vanity to starboard. The head, forward, features a large shower-sauna compartment. Three additional guest staterooms, two with twin berths and one with a queen, flank the long centerline passageway. All include heads with showers and separate toilet-and-bidet compartments.
Between the guest accommodations and the aft engineroom are the galley, crew mess, captain's cabin, and two crew cabins. A watertight door aft provides crew access to the engineroom, another door forward provides access to the guest accommodations for service, and the arrangement of doors and stairs create all-important avenues for emergency escape for both guests and crew. In the engineroom, the generators are located forward, leaving room aft for a stern garage which houses a PWC and a 19-foot RIB tender.