They're all steps away from rooms that will get significant use, whether the owner and his family are aboard or charter guests have booked Cakewalk. The main-deck salon is fashioned as a library, with a majestic fireplace amidships. Up one deck, "the owner's salon is really cool — it's got a lot of jazz to it," says Liz Dalton, the owner's longtime interior designer. Rather than looking around the room, guests should really look up: Ropelike circles repeat across the overhead. All the joinery in the salon was executed by Merritt Woodwork, an Ohio-based firm. (Yet another American firm, Zepsa Architectural Woodwork, took on the joinery on the main and bridge decks, with Derecktor New York completing the teak cap rails and decks.) The bridge-deck lounge has the most casual atmosphere, with shutter-like blinds, a card table and seating situated in front of the TV.