TCB was built by Richmond Yachts in 2004 and last refitted in 2018. Her luxurious interior is designed by Pavlik Design Team and her exterior styling is by Setzer Design Group. Well-maintained with an interior layout that sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 staterooms. She features an ultra-modern stabilization system to ensure comfort throughout. Her present owner had major upgrades done in 2018 including all new air conditioners and two generators. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings, and a comfortable layout create an elegant and impressive atmosphere.
Featuring 6-staterooms plus 4-crew cabins, she sleeps 12 guests in great comfort with the volume of a much larger yacht. The full-beam master with king berth, has his and hers ensuite on the main deck. The VIP is located on the upper deck with a queen berth and large ensuite as well as 2 large guest staterooms with queen berths and ensuites and 2 twin cabins with twin berths located below deck. All staterooms have ample closet and storage, all with ensuite baths and entertainment systems. Total accommodations of 1 king, 3 queens and 2 sets of twins.
Boarding the boat via steps on the starboard side forward leads to the formal foyer entrance of the main salon. The popular path to enter the vessel is through the boarding step on either side aft or by passerelle to enter the large covered aft deck. Casual seating on the aft deck is perfect for gathering to watch all the water sports that will be staged on the large swim platform if stern to a floating dock or if one is reaching the boat by tender. You can also enter the aft deck from the swim platform by taking a step from port or starboard.
Entering the main saloon from the aft deck through the custom-built double glass sliding doors, you will find an elegant and stylish lounge for entertaining guests. The entertaining bar to starboard is equipped with all the bar amenities one could need. The seating area includes two large custom sofas, four matching comfortable armchairs, with two large lounge chairs with ottoman and table to port aft, excellent for a quiet talk away from others.
The main saloon has a spacious and open feel to it with great visibility. The spacious formal dining area is one of three places to dine aboard. It features a custom rectangular dining table capable of seating ten guests, with plenty of natural light through the large side windows. There is ample storage in the glassware cabinet and buffet for storing China, crystal, and stemware. An automatic door to port acts as a service entrance between the galley and dining salon.
The large professional galley is located forward to port of the dining salon with access from the midship port side deck for ease of crew access and stocking galley supplies. As you enter the butler's pantry from the dining area, you will find an ice machine and dishwasher. All appliances in the galley are stainless steel units including 2 large side-by-side Subzero refrigerators, trash compactor, steamer oven, dishwashers, 2-drawer freezer, cooktop and 2 double wall ovens and a microwave.
Going forward to starboard on the main deck is the on-deck powder room. Once entering the on-deck Master Suite, you will find a settee to starboard, king size berth with bedside table, and built-in deck to port forward. There is ample storage and closet space. The large ensuite is his and hers with shower and tub. The master includes a 50" TV.
Descending the starboard main foyer stairwell to the lower foyer, there is access to four large guest staterooms. Two mirror image staterooms feature queen size beds, ensuite both have shower/tub combo and ample storage and hanging space in the closet. There are also mirror twin cabins with two twin berths in both cabins and ensuites with shower/tub combo.
Moving up the winding stairs from the guest foyer up two levels, passing the main deck to the bridge deck lies the bridge deck salon. Moving aft pass a well-appointed bridge deck powder room, continuing aft you will find the private VIP to port with queen berth and ensuite. Further aft, you will enter the expansive skylounge with a large bar to starboard, a large half circle settee to port with a centerline settee, two chairs, ottoman, and a cocktail table. To starboard, there is a small table with two chairs which is a perfect spot for card games or chess. There is a large TV on the forward bulkhead for having a movie night. Continue walking aft through a set of glass double doors leads to the second dining area on the spacious upper aft deck, featuring a custom round teak table accommodating ten guests. The spacious pilothouse, with a leather settee with mahogany inlaid table for guests to enjoy the view without disturbing the captain. A large navigation work desk, chart table and drawers, 2 Stidd captain's chairs and plenty of storage are included in the bridge. The bridge wings feature docking stations port & starboard. Via Portuguese bridge access over a central catwalk in the deckhouse leads to the working foredeck.
Access to the Sundeck from the bridge deck aft is up a set of stairs to starboard. The spacious deck includes a large jacuzzi in the middle with a beautiful large bar with four bar stools to port forward, forward facing settee to starboard with seating and dining area behind. On the aft part of the sundeck are several comfortable lounge chairs.
TCB (previously "Penny Mae") has been well maintained and upgraded throughout her life. Her present owner had major upgrades done in 2018 to include all new air conditioners and two generators. There are several additional upgrades listed further in the specifications.
TCB is a well-built 6-stateroom vessel with excellent public space that rivals a much larger yacht. Both her main saloon and skylounge include large bars and ample seating and lounging. Her bridge deck aft and sundeck are excellent spaces for dining and outdoor entertainment. TCB has all the amenities and a layout that would be perfect for private, or charter uses.