The master cabin is accessed through a private entry off the dining area forward of the salon on the main deck level. It features a midship king sized bed, two large heads with a very large shower separating them, a full wall of hanging lockers and ample storage in fine cabinetry for personal belongings.
Three very large guest cabins, all with ensuite heads, are found forward of the master cabin. They all have large cedar lined hanging lockers and plenty of storage. Luxury and comfort are key.
From the back deck, the entry to the salon is through double doors to an expansive living area with an enourmous L-lounge with storage under the seats; a day head that is unobtrusive yet comfortable; a desk space; a large dining table and chairs surrounded by beautiful cabinetry provides seating for a crowd and room to store all the necessary items and provisions for cruising.
The galley and dinnette fill the pilothouse. Elegant, functional and comfortable, the galley has the appliances and storage for all the necessities for a large crew for long term cruising. Multiple refrigerators and freezers are artfully and conveniently placed for optimal use. The island in the center of the galley provides a huge work top while also providing safety underway preparing a meal or snack. Storage is almost limitless throughout with a a clever wine cellar/bulk goods storage area under the dinnette table that is useful items that are not to be immediately consumed. As on all Marlow Yachts, the appliances are tiop of the line in the gourmet world, beautiful and functional.
The companionways to the lower guest cabins as well as to the Command Bridge are on the port side creating a smooth traffic flow that bypass the galley. The Command Bridge features a complete and redundant set of instruments, controls, and monitors for the ship's operation arrayed in logical banks for optimal access and safety. The captain quarters is found aft of a corner dinnette and features a double bunk and ample personal effects storage. Access to the aft upper deck is through a short passage between the captains quarters and the full head with stall shower opposite of it. A clever use of glass walls provides 360 degree visibility for the captain and all others in the command bridge. An outdoor settee, dinghy and davit complete the command bridge level.
One level up is an open flybridge for cruising in fine weather and looking out for the next adventure!