Sleeps 6 in 3 double cabins. Two saloons. Two heads with shower. Full array of Nav./Com instruments at the lower/inside helm, Pedestal steering in cockpit. The forward accommodation is comprised of two comfortable double cabins. The forward cabin with lower bunk and single upper bunk, shelves and lockers and separate steps through hatch leading to deck. Large guest cabin to port with a double berth athwartships. Drawers and cupboards. Large opening hatch. Ample lighting, and 12 volt plus 120-volt outlets. Spacious washroom with hand basin, full size showers and head. Traditionally fitted lower saloon, with cushioned seating for 6 around a large teak dining table, sideboard, and drinks bar to port.
Full headroom galley amidships. Twin s/s sinks and large work areas. Electric stove with four burners and oven. 800-watt Microwave oven. Large fridge with holding plate. Ample cupboards and drawers containing cups, glasses, plates, and utensils. A large walk in storeroom/wine cellar situated just above the keel with steps down. There is a laundry with Candy automatic washing machine.
Steps lead up to the deck saloon/pilot house, which has large windows allowing for unrestricted all-round visibility. It features the navigation station, wheel and helmsman's seat to starboard, and to port there is seating for six, a coffee table and an entertainment system which consists of updated LCD TV’s, stereo, and satellite receiver.
Steps to port lead down from starboard side forward to the Engine Room and aft to the full width Master Stateroom, which has a centerline Queen-size bed, hanging lockers, drawers, large shelves. Two large opening hatches, eight opening portholes with mosquito nets provide fresh air ventilation. Ample lighting, TV socket, and 12 volt, plus 120-volt outlets. A spacious en suite washroom with wash basin, head, extractor fan, including 12 volt and 230-volt outlets. Full size shower compartment. This master cabin offers exceptional headroom, storage, and privacy, and is of a size usually found on much larger vessels.
Aft sundeck with deck seating and bathing platform with shower on stern. Spacious walk-in lazarette full beam of the yacht with large steel hatch, spacious storage selves, and lighting.
Twin Ford/Lees Marine/Lehman 90 hp each - naturally aspirated diesel engines with two three-blade propellers on stainless steel shafts. Maximum speed up to 10 knots. Range under one engine - 2,500 nautical miles @ approx. 7 knots.
Steering: rudder on skeg, with roller chains and layshaft control from two helms. Air compressor with tank, and lengthy air pipes and fittings. Spare parts for engines, generator, and miscellaneous items. Various tools and tool boxes.
The machinery space aboard FREEDOM is well engineered with all systems and components accessible for service. Most if not all systems are redundant with backups.
Weather decks of 5mm steel, painted with non-skid finish to horizontal areas. Rigid steel Davits with blocks. Electric Windlass. Tall stainless-steel rails and stanchions, with two gates. Granny bars on both sides of the mast. 2 x Staysail tracks with 2 x adjustable sheet blocks. Two dorade vents. Rainwater catchment on decks with fresh water fillers in wells to port and starboard. Teak seats on aft sundeck. Boathook. Heavy-duty s/s mooring cleats. Swim platform with s/s stepladder. s/s Swimming ladder. Deck shower. Deck wash. Ground tackle: 2 x CQR 140 lb. anchors. Dreadnaught 90 lb. anchor. Large fisherman's anchor. 100m x 1" chain. 19mm rope rodes. Below deck anchor chain locker. Giant aft lazarette. Separate rope locker with hanging hooks. Fenders and warps. Small crane. Spaced-off rubbing strakes of varnished teak.
Spacious self-draining steel construction with s/s grab safety rails. Cushioned seating for six. Five lockers for warps and safety equipment. Two deck lights. Overhead light. Center teak table with two drop leaves each side. Upper helm station with helmsman's cushioned seat. 2 x 12 volt outlets.