The 60’s cockpit has alfresco meals in mind, as it features a table and bench-style seating for four. Dining guests are protected by both the flying-bridge overhang and a retractable bimini top, which is cleverly concealed in the overhang. If the weather is beyond the shading or water-repelling capabilities of the bimini, the 60’s saloon, which sports 6’10” headroom, also has a dining area amidships and to starboard. In addition, the saloon offers 360-degree views through tinted windows. Natural light floods the space.
Her galley, which is aft to port, is designed for the American market and the galley cabinets are wide to accommodate large appliances such as a refrigerator, freezers, and storage space.
The master stateroom is full-beam and accessed via winding steps from the saloon. The rich look of the hanging locker’s doors is eye-catching, and the master is bathed in as much light as the saloon, thanks to two 59-inch-wide by 18-inch-high windows flanking the queen-size berth. There’s also plenty of room for guests in two more staterooms, the queen- berth-equipped VIP and a guest stateroom starboard just aft of the VIP that sports side-by side berths. Each stateroom has an en-suite head, the crew’s quarter's aft offer twin berths, storage and head and shower.
For more information please contact Adriana or Chris 305-300-5119
1800 Purdy Ave
Marina Suite 3
Miami Beach, FL 33139