Climb the stairs to the pilothouse, where the technology of the boat’s systems is controlled through touchscreens on the helm from a power-adjusting leather helm chair. An L-shaped dinette with a folding table lets crew enjoy the silent running. A Portuguese bridge offers wing controls and a stairway on centerline down to the foredeck seating area. Our test boat had the optional captain’s stateroom, with en suite head.
Back in the saloon, a flight of stairs leads down to a passageway and the entrance to the master stateroom, a full-beam affair with en suite head with shower and a walk-in locker with plenty of hanging space. Large windows on either side have opening ports for ventilation and let in light onto a desk to port and a white leather settee to starboard.
Leaving the master and moving forward along the passageway, one finds a guest stateroom to starboard with twin-size berths arranged as perpendicular bunks, also with an en suite head with shower. Opposite is a neat pantry and stowage area with a fridge and washer and dryer, convenient for a cold drink or a quick load of wash at all hours. This space becomes the fourth stateroom in an alternate layout.
At the forward end of the passageway is the larger guest stateroom, with a queen-size berth, windows with opening ports, a small desk, en suite head with shower, and a walk-in locker.