Boarding from the side boarding gates you can enter the upper saloon or walk along the generous side decks with teak rails and teak toe rail to the bow. On the bow, you will find a large forward facing bench great for sunning or just relaxing and taking in the sites. Forward of the bench, you have an expansive deck with room for large steamer chairs or 6-8 deck chairs and plenty of room for some deck boxes for storing gear.
The upper saloon has an almost unobstructed 360-degree view of your surroundings. The built-in seating around the transom is quite comfortable and all have built-in storage below. Looking forward you will find the built-in wet bar with Cambria stone top with storage and coolers below. Just forward of that is the lower drive station with captains bench. This area is climate controlled however all the side windows open along with the center panel on the windshield if the weather should agree with your plans.
Up a teak ladder is the upper deck and flybridge drive station. There is a nice built-in L-shaped settee along with a large fiberglass deck box and a canvas bimini top. Looking forward is the upper drive station with instrumentation and ample storage lockers underneath the flybridge bulwarks. The flybridge drive station is covered by a fiberglass hardtop.
Heading forward down a few stairs from the upper saloon you enter the lower saloon. To port, you have a leather sofa and chair with a teak coffee table and a built-in end table with storage. On the starboard side, you have the dining area with the entertainment center and breaker panel hidden by sliding doors.
Moving forward down one step you enter the galley. Looking aft, there is a large sink with generous cupboards and storage drawers below. Forward there is a 4 burner cooktop with a range below and large cupboards above. To starboard is an over-under refrigerator and freezer. Below the floor in the galley is a large storage area and mechanical room with space available for a washer & dryer and dry storage for food.
Just forward of the galley is the V berth, this room is set up with two twin beds (fore and aft) and the other is raised and athwartships. There are two generous hanging lockers and plentiful storage throughout. This cabin has a private ensuite head with shower.
Moving aft down a few steps you will find two other guest cabins the master to port and the side by side twin guest cabin to starboard.
The master is quite generous with a queen berth, a large built-in chest of drawers with mirror above along the hull side and a generous hanging locker. Just forward is the master head with marble flooring, full tub and shower, heat lamp, large built-in chest of drawers and a Head Hunter jet head toilet.
The side by side twin guest cabin has a spacious layout with side by side twin berths aft. It has a large chest of drawers with a mirror above and a hanging locker along the outboard side. Just forward is the head, featuring marble floors, a stand-up shower with heat lamp, Head Hunter jet head, a large vanity with drawers and a large linen closet.
The engine room is located under the sole of the lower saloon, you can easily enter through a hatch from the galley. SEANOTE was built to the highest standards of its day and has been well maintained over the years. This vessel has been in fresh water since 1995 and it shows. All of the mechanical aspects of this boat are very serviceable and she is ready for many more years of enjoyment.