The interior is built in solid teak. The wheelhouse has seating for four persons and offers excellent views all around. The aftpanel of the wheelhouse is removable for summercruising and can be closed off with a canvas.
The salon is very bright and spacious and offers a direct connection to the galley and dinette which are located forward, a few steps down from the salon.
The owner's cabin is aft, is full beam, and has separate toilet and bathroom, both with floorheating. There is ample storage space in lockers and drawers.
Forward of the galley is a guestcabin with twin bunks and a VIP cabin with a queensize double. The two guest cabins share a bathroom with toilet and shower.
The exterior design is instantly recognisable as Pieter Beeldsnijder and this must be one of, if not the most well-balanced cutter designs that he ever made. The hull is enormously strong with frames every 50 cm and four watertight bulkheads. The superstructure is aluminium, the decks are all teak.
The aftdeck provides seating and a diningtable for eight guests. The tender can easily be stored on the foredeck.
The mast can be folded down hydraulically, reducing headway to 4m50.
Radar - Furuno
Wind speed and direction - VDO
Depthsounder - VDO
GPS - Furuno and Simrad
Autopilot - Robertson AP45 with remote control
Plotter - Simrad plus Raymarine
VHF - 2x Skanti, 1 with DSC
Air conditioning - Frigoboat
Battery charger - 2 x Victron
Oven - Siemens combi micro/oven
Washing machine - washer and dryer Miele
Bow thruster - hydraulic
Heating - Kabola
Sea water pump
Electric bilge pump
Dishwasher - Miele
Liferaft - 8 person
Tender - AB inflatable, type 8UL
Hull painted 2012, bottom antifouling each year
All windows double glass
Fuel: five tanks for a total of 6.500 liter diesel
Black water: 500 liter
Grey water: 200 liter
Central vacuum cleaning system
Camera system engineroom
Two hydraulic anchor winches
Huge lazarette and deck-lockers
Stainless steel fenderholders
Twin Disc gearbox
Onan 6,5 and 16 kW generators, 3.850 and 1.305 hours respectively