The main saloon is full of natural light with windows to port and starboard that are nearly floor to ceiling in height. To starboard is an L-shaped couch, coffee table and barrel chair. To port, a television screen drops down from the ceiling to a round table surrounded by four swivel chairs. Forward is an oval shaped dining table for up to 10 guests, finished in walnut and anigre inlays. To port and starboard is built‐in cabinetry for china, glassware and silver.
Accommodation is for up to 12 guests in five generous cabins. The master suite is full beam on the main deck while below there are three doubles with queen sized beds and a twin cabin. All cabins have entertainment centres, plasma television screens and full en suite bathroom facilities.
There is a large aft deck for alfresco dining with built in seating to port and starboard, a dining table and a 55 inch flat screen television. This deck can be completely enclosed by eisenglass screens and has heaters built into the ceiling for cruising in colder climates.
Twin 1,300hp Caterpillar engines give her a range of 3,800 nautical miles.
Wildflour will now be renamed Paladin.