Afterglow features a four-stateroom layout with a full-beam master suite forward on the main deck complete with his and hers en suite bathrooms. The remaining guest accommodation can be found on the lower level, comprised of a full-beam VIP suite and two double cabins, each equipped with queen-sized beds and en suites.
The spacious interior is finished in Brazilian Honey teak and mahogany joinery with gold, stainless steel, galaxy granite and European fabrics.
The main saloon includes a player piano and a large upholstered sofa port side. There are two leather upholstered chairs alongside built-in end tables.
Other onboard features include a dining saloon with a custom mahogany table seating eight and an overhead stereo speaker system. Meanwhile, the sky lounge has another large sofa and various other amenities such as a leather ottoman table and a 32” Sony TV.
The sun deck features radar antenna as well as a plexiglass windscreen forward and non-skid decks.
Afterglow makes use of a 7.9 metre beam, with storage for a Novurania 540 equator series with diesel power.
Power comes from twin Detroit Diesel engines which allow a top speed of 15 knots and a range of 4000 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots. She received a major overhaul of the main engines in May 2021.
Two Kohler 65kW three-phase generators, Naiad stabilisers, a bow thruster and a 1400 GPD water maker round off the propulsion system.
Afterglow is asking for $3,795,000