Built by Italian yard Ferretti as one of the group’s Custom Line series, she was delivered in 2004.
The vessel is entered from either a port or starboard boarding ladder aft – or the hydraulic passerelle to port where the wing docking station is located. The teak aft deck has permanent semi-curricular seating for 8 aft, facing forward with a varnished table and chairs with full lighting and stereo speakers. Access up to the flybridge and down to the swim platform and garage, is starboard. The engine room and garage can be accessed from the starboard side of aft deck. Moving forward alongside the decks – port or starboard – to the all teak foredeck, is a raised sun pad, dual anchor system and bosens locker to port and starboard. The foredeck is fully lighted with anchor locker, freeing ports and s/s cleats and hand rails.
Enter main salon from aft deck through double full length glass doors with stainless steel frames. The wood treatment is a high gloss cherry with neutral tones incorporated in the carpet, furnishings and soft goods throughout. There is a U-shaped couch to port with a bar and entertainment center across to starboard. This includes a pop up flat screen HDTV with full surroundsoundsystem. Forward to port is dedicated dining area for eight. There is considerable cabinetry and furnishings on main deck level that exemplifies the fine Italian workmanship one would expect to find. It also provides valuable storage for flatware , cutlery, steam and silver ware which are all inclusive. Next, forward to port is the galley, complete with a full array of appliances, being offered fully found with accoutrements to satisfy the most demanding chef. The on-deck powder room is to starboard, across from galley, before entrance to master suite.
The raised pilothouse is up 4 steps from main salon, above the galley. The helm station is forward, centered with full navigational equipment and controls with Captain’s chair. There is L-shaped lounge seating to port. Up 4 more steps to the flybridge where there is an additional helm station with redundant controls and electronics. The bridge deck includes: Bimini top, bar & ice maker, Jaacuzzi, U-shaped settee & table, dinghy & davit, barbeque grill, and access down to aft deck.
Furthest forward on main deck is the Master Suite with center line queen size berth (electric reclining head board), ensuite bathroom, ample closet & drawer space. Back to main salon and down stairs to three additional cabins. VIP Suite full beam, and aft with queen berth (also with electric reclining head board) and his & hers bathroom. Plenty of storage & closet space. The remaining two guest cabins are forward to port & starboard, both with twin berths (and singular Pullman berths) and ensuite bathrooms.
The crew quarters are below deck, furthest forward with a generous crew lounge and galley. The Captain’s cabin has a private head, and the crew cabin with stacked bunks for two has a separate head and shower.
The garage is furthest aft and houses the wave runner and tender – the garage door is hydraulic electric. Outboard of the garage to starboard is hydraulic swim steps that extend into the water and raise flush up into the transom when not in use. Outboard to port is the hydraulic passarrelle. There is a built-in set of stairs that extend down from the aft deck to the swim platform & garage when the passarrelle is not in use.