Entering the pilot house from the cockpit area, there is a staircase to starboard leading down to the main salon with the dining area forward to port, lounge area opposite to starboard and navigation desk area aft to port. A stair case aft leads down past the day head to the guest accommodations with port and starboard staterooms, a private study to port and the master stateroom all the way aft.
Forward from the main salon is the galley and crew quarters and access to the lower storage deck under the galley with access to the engine room.
The enclosed pilot house wall and console are made of raised panel teak with opening windows on either side and along the aft wall on either side of the door to the cockpit. Aft to port is a raised bench seat for two with arm rests and cup holders. To starboard is a locker for wet weather gear and storage. Forward to port is a chart table with monitors for electronic navigation behind. The wheel is on centerline with a helm seat. The engine and ships systems monitors arrayed in front and communications and sailing instruments and radars spaced around the dash and overhead.
The spacious main salon has large windows on the sides and high, raised panel cabinets forward and aft, elegantly designed by John Munford in matte finished teak. The dining table is forward to port and seats eight in custom caned back chairs with images of the astronomer Galileo carved in the cross brace.
To starboard is a comfortable, indoor seating area with two club chairs and a sofa spaced around a low table. Aft to port is an office area with a large desk and bookshelves that originally served as a second navigations area but now the Trac77 system is housed in the desk where a large radar used to be so it is now a communication centre, although with WiFi laptops can be used to access the internet throughout the boat.
The floor is teak and holly with a gloss finish and the overhead is off white ultra suede. There is a large amount of storage in the cabinets forward and outboard under the windows.
This full width cabin features a king size, centreline berth with carved corner posts.
To port and starboard are his/hers nightstands with drawers underneath and swing out lamp above. The décor is John Munford understated elegance with raised teak drawer fronts and off white fabric panels trimmed in teak. Outboard of the night stands are large his/hers closets.
Forward to starboard is a settee and then the entrance to the spacious, en-suite head with both shower stall and tub. To port is a vanity with stool and fold up mirror. In the middle toward the entrance door is the mizzen mast to remind you that you are actually aboard a sailboat and not in a well appointed club ashore.
Build & Design
- Yacht Type:Sail Yacht
- Yacht Subtype:Motorsailer
- Length Overall:37.61m (123' 4")
- Length at Waterline:29.26m (95' 11")
- Beam:7.95m (26' 0")
- Max Draught:3.48m (11' 5")
- Gross Tonnage:185.00
- Displacement Tonnage:164.00
- Builder:Palmer Johnson
- Year of Build:1989
- Hull Number:PJ 199
Performance & Capacities
- Max Speed:12.50kn
- Cruising Speed:10.00kn
- Range (nm):3000.00nm @ 11.00kn
- Fuel Capacity:18927.00L / 4999.98USG
- Water Capacity:13249.00L / 3500.02USG
- Passenger Rooms:3
- Master Rooms:1
- Double Rooms:1
- Twin Rooms:1
**Approximate price conversion.
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Northrop & Johnson Palma de Mallorca