To enhance performance and achieve better engine and propulsion efficiencies, the design, engineering and production teams shaved unnecessary poundage, while increasing strength and seakeeping capabilities. The resin infused hull is a sophisticated composite structure of Baltek end-grain balsa and Airex foam cores with Aramid and E-glass fiberglass laminates. Stringers are fiberglass encapsulated foam and bulkheads are fabricated with vacuumed bagged composites.
A lengthy list of standard equipment includes a hydraulic bow thruster, a centralized seawater system, dual freshwater pumps, two 29kW Onan generators and an Octoplex touch screen electrical distribution panel with monitors in the salon and on the flying bridge with manual back-up.
The salon is a forest of satin walnut joinery and leather appointments and with a 21 ft. 5 in. beam, the use of the vertical space is immediately apparent creating a free flowing movement with the ambiance of a great room. A day head is immediately to starboard and to port is a virtual conference area with a J lounge and coffee table opposite walnut cabinetry housing a 60-inch flat screen TV on an electric lift. Lower level accommodations include five staterooms including a full beam master suite with king size walk-around berth. The port and forward staterooms have walk-around queen berths while the two starboard staterooms have upper and lower berths.
Three pedestal seats are standing on the flying bridge and additional seating is available on port and starboard lounges, each with storage below. The U-shaped lounge and table forward of the console seats more guests and is notably below the forward sight lines of the helmsman thanks to the raised standing platform behind the console. A climate-controlled enclosed bridge with access from the salon and mezzanine deck is also available.