Working out every detail in advance is not possible, of course, particularly on the interior décor. Both Dave and Cheryl worked with Burger on these details as the yacht took shape. They give credit to the builder's design team, headed by Douglas Richey, for offering choices that satisfied the technical requirements without limiting their creativity. For instance, Burger was able to accommodate special artwork by the Cophams' daughter, a New York artist, in the dome above the skylounge. Elsewhere, custom cast glass panels serve as shower doors, subtle marquetry adorns the headboard of the master berth, African mahogany with ebony inlays decorates the pilothouse, goldenrod granite serves as galley countertops, and the day-head sink has a stylish starfish drain. This is not a stripped-down speedboat by any measure, but rather as complete and comfortable a motoryacht as you'll find anywhere. It's just that she offers a nice turn of speed, too.