He used Nice N Easy as a starting point. “From using that boat for so long, I made [Remember When] more comfortable,” Rosatti says. Indeed, while Remember When — with her six staterooms and black-walnut paneling — is similar in layout and décor to her predecessor, there are a few notable differences.
Rosatti and his longtime captain and project manager, Johannes Buys, worked closely with Christensen to ensure that specific areas gained the most from the extra length and could be reconfigured. The sun deck is a good example. It’s a popular spot throughout the year for Rosatti and his guests, whether they’re gathered beneath the warm Caribbean sun or, a particular favorite, the glow of fireworks in New York Harbor on the Fourth of July. Fully forward, a built-in bar and three barstools accompany the Jacuzzi tub, which was positioned here aboard Nice N Easy too. Rosatti also says the yard made Remember When’s sun deck about six feet longer, handily accommodating the extra water toys and land toys he wanted to take along. Among them are the customary PWCs, but there’s also a Vespa and Harley-Davidsons. Another benefit of the extra length: no trouble gathering a crowd at the bar beneath the hardtop, where nine barstools are lined up. Christensen was also able to include a day head just forward of this area.