"Think advertising," he says. "There's a little bit of retro midcentury modern to this, if you can kind of imagine some of the vignettes, a guy in 1960 smoking a cigar on the aft deck, but being terribly sophisticated at the same time. It's a little more modern and crisp than what we had on the former Broadwater, but it's a very lovely and soft interior. I like hushed, soft, modern, clean and sophisticated spaces. Not cutting-edge modern, where you don't know where to sit. That drives me nuts. This is a modern classic boat. The first time I saw a rendering of the sky lounge, I thought, 'Oh my God.' I could see somebody sitting there saying, 'Bring me a scotch,' and then, 'Bring me another one.'"