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BOAT

DECK

"I believe in functionality first. However luxurious, elegant, or beautiful, the interior must also be safe and suit the everyday needs of the client." 

Terry Disdale

The boat deck houses the daytime zone of the Owner’s apartment. Beautifully decorated with limed oak paneling like most of the guest areas in TATOOSH, the apartment occupies the forward sections of the boat deck and the main deck below. The apartment is connected by privacy stairs and can be closed off at both deck levels for total privacy.

A beautiful shaded outside deck area is forward of the Owner’s observation lounge. The observation lounge visibility is the best on any yacht of this size (and protected from the crew foredeck area). The deck is covered by all-weather awnings that have never needed to be removed in any past cruising, whatever the weather. The observation area (which includes a small private galley) are ideal for owners who do not want crew intrusion and help make TATOOSH’s layout unique.  

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Crew Area

Service Area

Guest Area

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The Owner’s apartment includes a starboard side gym opening up to the side deck, the Owner’s private study and a staff or guest stateroom.  The Owner’s staircase connects the boat and main decks and there is a separate flight of stairs up to the bridge. The apartment opens on to the main staircase lobby and guest elevator at this level. 

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“No matter what the size, considering that human element of the design is always a challenge. Not just the aesthetic or the functionality, but the human response. Things like creating a passing space on stairs or in hallways, so the guests will not be faced with crew retracing their steps down the stairs to pass. It’s all of this stuff that makes or breaks a boat”.

Terry Disdale

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The boat deck salon used to be set up as a music recording studio but has been reconfigured during the current refit. Powered sliding doors open onto the expansive aft deck merging the spaces.  Fixed glass windows protect the exterior lounging areas from wind and wrap-around curtains allow the area to be secluded from the outside and also give protection to view the exterior cinema. 

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Both the 43’ Talaria Hinckley tender and the 43’ Frers racing sailboat are stored outboard port and starboard, with launching davits. 

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