GEORGIA has a full width master suite aft and below with four en suite guest cabins plus a staff or children’s cabin (which was previously a gym and is now a stateroom, also with a head with shower). As a result, she comfortably sleeps ten or twelve in the owner's accommodations area in five or six staterooms.
GEORGIA's flybridge has direct access from the bridge and main cockpit and features port and starboard helm stations, seating aft, Jacuzzi and sun pads all the way aft.
An aft stairway from the flybridge to the aft deck, leads to the air conditioned alfresco, yet protected seating and dining area. The cockpit or aft deck has tables either side and offers exceptional views and is away from the helm and sail control areas which provides excellent owner privacy on the main deck level. There is an outside powder room in this area, forward to starboard, which is very unusual but a highly practical inclusion.
Forward, via large stainless and glass doors the formal main salon is to port with large flat screen TV forward with a sit-down bar area to starboard. The main deck salon windows in GEORGIA are full height and give an incredible view out, unlike many sailing yachts.
Forward to starboard, past one of the accesses to the guest accommodations below is the main starboard side guest entrance. Just forward is an internal on deck powder room.
To port at the main deck passageway are stairs up to the bridge with access to the flybridge. Forward from the starboard side entrance is the formal dining room which is on the same main deck level as the main salon giving easy access on one level, unlike many sailing yachts which are encumbered with stairs.
Forward of the dining salon is the second access down to the guest accommodations and to the galley to port and crew dinette to starboard.
The interior is exceptionally executed in cherry wood and burls and is of the highest possible quality. The carpets were replaced in 2015.