Interior spaces are large and the main salon in particular is a wide, open space with a view directly through the salon and dining room through to the pilothouse. Featuring u-shaped seating with in-built storage, an extendable teak dining table and entertainment system the salon space is versatile and connects with the galley for easy service. A combination of teak and holly wood creates welcoming, timeless overall look. Additional guest seating features alongside the pilothouse, providing a favorable spot to enjoy when underway. Accommodation is for ten guests in four staterooms including a full beam master aft, comfortably positioned in the most stable point of the yacht for optimum comfort, a VIP, one twin and one bunk cabin.
The flybridge is accessed from the pilothouse or cockpit stairs, with all onboard areas easily linked for a natural flow around the yacht. The flybridge is home to the upper helm station, seating and a table, large sunpads, a grill, fridge and deck space for freestanding furniture. The large covered aft deck and cockpit offer plentiful outdoor space for guests and are ideal for relaxing and enjoying al fresco living and dining. Perfectly suited for enjoying life on the water, the cockpit leads directly to an oversized swimming platform with additional seating space. Further outdoor spots include the Portuguese bridge and wrap around wide side decks for easy access between spaces.
Perfectly set up for long and short trips alike, in all waters, St Somewhere is a well proportioned smaller explorer yacht with the performance credentials to match.
St Somewhere was asking: $1,700,000
To learn more about the sale of St Somewhere contact Mark Elliott
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