Since the bridge deck includes wing controls port and starboard of the wheelhouse, there is no need for a command station on the top deck. A circular hot tub and surrounding sunpads, with weathertight storage below, dominate the forward part of this deck. Amidships is a table for alfresco dining, and a large bar, with a grill to starboard, sits aft. Even here, concern for the safety of the owner, his guests, and crew is evident. Outboard of the bulwarks, from where it is easiest to launch them, are four Viking liferafts in canisters, each with a passenger capacity of twenty. It may seem like overkill for a yacht that carries only ten guests and a crew of ve or six, but it takes into account day cruises with larger parties, as well as situations that prevent the launching of rafts from one side or the other. An emergency at sea is a poor time to ask for swim-team volunteers.