Boarding from the oversized, integral swim platform, port and starboard stairs lead up to the aft deck, while a door in the transom leads to the lazarette/work room. The aft deck, like all exterior decks on INDIGO, is laid with teak and features builtin seating with storage along the transom, an oval, varnished teak table and four teak chairs. Cabinets on the forward bulkhead offer storage, 200lb per day icemaker, and counter space, ideal for preparing buffet meals alfresco. Full walk around sidedecks are accessed port and starboard, with engine room access from the port sidedeck. Polished S.S. door leads to the salon, with generous windows allowing lots of natural light and excellent views of the surroundings. Impeccable Italian joinery in highgloss African Mahogany and Anigre offers a warm and contemporary foundation for the designer décor, with large sofa, end table, love seat and occasional chair surrounding a granite topped coffee table. Forward of this sitting group is a low, buffet server with storage, which wraps around the hullside and forward bulkhead, providing copious storage for flatware and china, and table settings, with the formal dining table and contemporary, cushioned chairs bathed in natural light from the large windows. To port, hullside cabinetry offers loads of storage, audio equipment and stairwell to the guest accommodations foyer, with interior engine room access. Forward of the accommodations stairwell, a wellequipped bar stands as a focal point of the salon, complete with mirrored glass storage, sink, undercounter wine cave, icemaker, stone countertops, and barstools ideally suited to enjoying a cocktail at the end of another wonderful day aboard INDIGO!
The starboard companionway leads to the main entrance lobby with hardwood floors and access to crew’s quarters, master stateroom and bridge deck stairwells, on deck day head/powder room and the galley, which is the envy of any professional or amateur chef. There are long expanses of marble topped counters with storage beneath and cabinets above, and all the necessary appliances to prepare culinary delights sure to please all aboard. A banquette with table doubles as crew mess and the perfect place ￼to enjoy morning coffee or observe goings on in the galley. Large windows port and starboard assure beautiful views and plenty of natural light. Along with the ships laundry and a large dry stores pantry, there is plenty of cold storage options to provide extended cruising without the need for constant re provisioning of cold stores.
On the lower deck, just center of the yacht and forward of the engine room, is the master stateroom which is in the most comfortable location, while taking advantage of the widest part of the yacht. Here the motion at sea is the least, ensuring a calm and stable night's sleep. The master stateroom is extremely private, utilizing a dedicated stairwell off the main deck entry lobby and featuring a centerline king berth with nightstands, makeup vanity, day couch, and estate sized walkin wardrobe. The entertainment center is on the forward bulkhead, with His and Hers baths aft, each with shower, vanity with sink, toilette and bidet.
The guest staterooms are accessed by a separate stairwell in the main salon, and offer a queen double bed with nightstands, hanging wardrobe and drawer storage to port, while the starboard stateroom offers a double berth and a twin, nightstand, hanging wardrobe and drawer storage. Both have their own entertainment centers with TV and stereo, and have ensuite baths, complete with showers, vanity with sinks and storage, toilettes and bidets.
The crew quarters are located down a centerline stairwell from the main deck aft of the galley. Consisting of three cabins, the Captain's cabin is to starboard with a large double bed, wardrobe storage and ensuite bath with shower. Forward, along the centerline corridor, are two identical upper and lower bunk cabins, port and starboard, with ensuite baths with showers. All crew cabins have TV’s and stereo.
The pilothouse, accessed via a stairwell from the main deck lobby, offers excellent visibility with a well designed and efficient layout, providing all the necessary electronics and navigational necessities for safe and comfortable cruising the world over. The helm is centerline, with wing control stations on the upper side decks, port and starboard, and a large observation settee in the pilothouse is perfect for guests to watch the ship handling or to enjoy coffee from as INDIGO arrives at her next destination. Aft of the pilothouse, and separated by double pocket doors, is the Skylounge and office, offering a sofa to starboard and an expansive His & Hers desks to port, as well as entertainment center.
Large windowsa gain provide excellent views and natural light and S.S. doors in the aft bulkhead access the boat deck. The boat deck features woven resin sofa, two oversized loungers, coffee table, and wrap around bulwarks for increased safety. A 4,500lb capacity crane makes launching of the tender a breeze, and removable tender cradles permit clearing of the decks for parties and increased open deck space. A stairwell on the port aft bulkhead leads to the sundeck, offering several teak chaise lounges and modern polished stainless railings.
Build & Design
- Yacht Type:Motor Yacht
- Yacht Subtype:Displacement
- Length Overall:32.0m (104' 11")
- Length at Waterline:29.5m (96' 9")
- Beam:7.37m (24' 2")
- Max Draught:2.87m (9' 4")
- Gross Tonnage:224.00
- Displacement Tonnage:250.00
- Year of Build:1998
- Hull Year:1994
- Hull Number:30
- Hull Type:Full Displacement
- Number of Decks:3
Performance & Capacities
- Max Speed:12.00kn
- Cruising Speed:11.00kn
- Range (nm):4000.00nm @ 12.00kn
- Fuel Capacity:33312.00L / 8800.10USG
- Water Capacity:4542.00L / 1199.87USG
- Passenger Rooms:3
- Master Rooms:1
- Double Rooms:1
- Twin Rooms:1
**Approximate price conversion.