First impression is everything, and what you notice about ALTA MAREA is how striking she is with the red contrast against the white hull. The custom made hydraulic passarelle can be transformed into a stair case to get to the beach club when at anchor.
The aft deck provides plenty of space for seating. You can choose to seat yourself around the helm and take part in the sailing experience, or in the cockpit where the 10 person dining table can be transformed into a sunbathing lounge by dropping the table to create a bed. The cockpit area is covered by a large bimini covering, protecting you from the mid-day sun. Forward of the yacht, there is a further sunbathing area and a large work-shop/storage area.
Coming into the yacht from the cockpit you enter the saloon, which is tastefully decorated with seating on both port and starboard. Windows provide you plenty of natural light whilst giving 180o views. Down some steps, heading aft of the yacht, brings you to the office area and Master Cabin. Due to the Master Cabin being situated in the aft of the yacht, this area is very private from the rest of the guest area. The engine room access is also in this area of the yacht.
From the saloon, moving forward, you are presented with the two guest cabins, port and starboard. Both have 2 single beds and a Pullman bunk. The en-suite bathroom is fully equipped with a shower stall.
Moving forward there is a door that separates the galley and crew area from the guest area, optimizing on privacy for everyone onboard. The Galley is fully equipped with new domestic equipment from 2016. The crew dining table has been newly upholstered, keeping in with the style of the yacht.
Crew accommodation consists of 2 cabins each with their own en-suite bathrooms. One cabin has a double bunk below whilst the top bunk sleeps a single person. The other cabin is for 2 people on bunk beds. The rooms are large and comfortable.