Forward of the main salon is a formal dining room with a beautiful high gloss dining table and seating for eight. This room is flooded with natural light from the large windows on both port and starboard side of the vessel unless the roman shades are lowered for a more intimate ambiance.
Continuing forward through the vessel you enter the starboard side companionway. The high gloss woodwork is found throughout the interior of the yacht creating a nice flow of design. On the port side of the companionway you enter the galley which is strategically located close to the formal dining room. The Galley includes very large sub zero refrigerator and freezer as well as two sinks located on opposite sides to help the chef and crew work simultaneously in the kitchen on food prep. This yacht is thoughtfully designed in such a way to elevate the level of service crew can provide and be used in charter as well as private owner use.
Further forward in the companionway you find stairs leading to the wheelhouse and
a day-head. Next you enter the on deck master. The on deck master boasts a king size berth, built in cabinets, and large windows on both the port and starboard side of the room providing beautiful views from the bed when the roman shades are up. The master suite has a large ensuite with his and her sinks and a spacious shower.
Moving below deck you find a second master or a large VIP all the way aft. This stateroom is full beam and boasts a king size berth, his and hers cedar lined wardrobes, and a large his and her ensuite. This second master is actually larger volume than the on deck Master however she does not include the same breathtaking views. Having two masters is ideal for a yacht which charters.
Still below deck there are two twin staterooms mirroring one another forward of the second Master. What's unique about these staterooms and which is also ideal for a yacht that plans to charter is that the twin berths in each stateroom covert to a queen size berth. This provides much more flexibility for guests sleeping arrangements. One of the twin staterooms also includes a Pullman ideal for children. All of the staterooms are ensuite.
Below deck there is also a foyer with a refrigerator and breakfast nook again allowing the
crew to better serve guests aboard. Behind a glass door is a hidden laundry area equipped with three full size washer and dryers as well as folding and ironing area. Also hidden from guests view is a passageway into the crew quarters.
The crew quarters on High Rise is one of the nicest and roomiest for a yacht this size. The crew quarters include a Captains cabin with a queen size berth and two cabins with twin bunk beds in each, all ensuite.
Ascending the stairs to the wheel house you find a large and comfortable air conditioned wheel house with a plush bench and lounge area for the curious guest who would like to watch the captain at work or owner operators.
One of the most utilized areas on High Rise is her massive sundeck complete with large Jacuzzi, full size bar, and grill station. There is a tender davit on this level allowing the vessel to carry up to a 17' tender as well as jet skis and other water toys. Half of the sun deck is uncovered for those who wish to sunbathe and feel the wind in their hair and the forward half is shaded with a large L shaped lounge area, cocktail tables, and a covered helm station.
High Rise cruises at 15 knots powered by twin C32 diesel engines reaching top
speeds of 20 knots.