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Palmer Johnson “TOTO“

The interior was redesigned in 2000-2003. The new white oak paneling throughout with new marble baths gives the feeling of being aboard a new yacht. The oak paneling was made from one log, imported from England, providing a beautiful well matched grain throughout.
The enclosed pilothouse has excellent 360 degree visibility with an unobstructed view over the bow. There is a large bench seat behind the helm with chart stowage and a complete navigation center to starboard. The console contains electronics and sail trim / captive winch controls. There are watertight doors both to port and starboard, permitting easy access to the side decks.
Aft of the wheelhouse is a covered deck lounge and dining area with tables that convert for large or small groups. Next aft is a large sun lounge with speakers built into the padded safety rails.
The main salon has a full wet bar with custom bar stools, refrigerator and icemaker. There is a lounge area to starboard with two couches and matching end tables. Next aft is a computer work station. On the port side there is a raised settee with excellent views to the sea. This area makes into a dining table for eight. There is a built-in wine cooler forward and a large electrically operated flat screen T.V.
Just aft of the salon is the day head with beautiful mosaic covered bulkheads and marble counter and floors.
Two identical staterooms with queen beds are next aft to port and starboard. Each stateroom has an en suite bath with large marble shower.
The owner's stateroom is aft with king bed and master bath with full Jacuzzi tub and shower. There is a library / study that converts to a fourth guest stateroom with upper and lower berths when needed.
Forward of the salon is the galley crew mess, captain's stateroom with head and shower, chef's cabin, and a crew stateroom with 4 bunks, head, shower and laundry


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