Top range luxury yacht fitted with contemporary furnishing suitable for celebrations on all occasions. Suffice to say the standard of workmanship, joinery and quality of fitments and finishes is first class on this vessel. This 60 has her large aft cockpit and open-plan main saloon all on one level and it’s only a slight step up to the raised lounges surrounding the lower helm. It’s a great set-up that keeps everyone together and enjoying the ride and scenery. Natural light floods the saloon from three large windows on each side.
Six stairs lead down to the sunken galley, which is positioned on the port side just forward of the luxurious full-beam amidships master stateroom. This galley is as big as you’d find in most houses, but its piece de resistance (apart from all the European appliances) is that when you stand at the bench and look up, the dash has been cut away, so the windscreen acts like a giant skylight and the effect is fantastic. There is no dinette down here; it’s purely a food preparation area.
Up here there’s room to party. The upper helm replicates the lower station in the electronics department, there’s a large sunpad next to the helm for those wishing to work on their tans and the massive U-shaped lounge will enable all to travel topside if they wish. If the flybridge sunpad gets too crowded there’s another out on the foredeck.
Driving from the flybridge gives the skipper a full 360-degree view, and when the flybridge hatch is open, the uninterrupted view of the starboard swim platform makes docking a much easier affair, not that it’s overly difficult using the electronic controls and the bow thruster.
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