Though the largest Hargrave to date, DREAmer won't be for everyone, and certainly not if you're expecting the customary Hargrave interior of high-gloss cherry with glittering chrome and glass. No, DREAmer is all simplicity marked by understated yet elegant styling. But, lest you think she is as minimalist as a penthouse on the Champs-Elysées, prepare yourself for some "oh-wow" moments. The salon sets the stage for DREAmer, with dark-stained makore, Ultrasuede bulkheads and black Italian Formenti couches with faux reptile skin. A gracefully curved bar is aft, and a dining table with seating for eight is forward, with an immense TV hidden in a counter under the large windows. The 7-foot-3-inch headroom combines with the 27-foot beam to give the salon a voluminous feel. The galley is forward of the curving bulkhead on the main deck, and this will be your first "oh-wow" moment. It is, quite simply, huge. Yachts twice this size have smaller galleys, but, for these owners who love to cook and who don't carry a chef in the crew, it's their playroom as well. There's even a settee with table for guests to join in the fun, and I'm told this is the most used area aboard. Dominating the galley is a central island, but unlike most others, this is strictly for food preparation and doesn't have the usual sink or cooktop. Surrounding counters are fitted with restaurant-quality appliances: Wolf cooktop and double oven with warmer drawers, Sub-Zero refrigerators plus a stand-up 78-bottle wine cooler. Forward along the portside corridor is the full-beam master suite, which continues the dark makore/Ultrasuede décor, broken only by huge windows that provide a fine view from the king-size berth. A door to starboard leads to an impressive walk-in closet, and a row of bureaus is under the windows to port.