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The bridge deck is a service deck. The second, larger helipad is aft and leads into the captain’s office. Guests can reach the lower decks via the lift which serves from the bridge to the lower deck.
The bridge deck houses the spacious Captain’s sleeping quarters, the FirstOfficer’s cabin, the radio room, the Purser’s office ana a pantry. The wheelhouse, upholstered in black leather, has guest seating as well as a central navigating console with a 225° view. Wing stations are either side, cantilevered over the side of the ship providing excellent visibility. There is comfortable guest seating outside, aft of the wing stations, an ideal place for a simple lunch. The wheelhouse is connected to the owner’s apartment below by a private staircase.
The lower/main helideck is for regular use and is sized to accommodate helicopters with a ‘D’ value equal to or less than 14m. There are no ‘D’ or ‘T’ value markings as the deck is not commercially certified. It is structurally rated to a maximum of 3,600kg for skidded helicopters. An EC145 D2 as well as an MD900 have landed and been frequently carried on board. There is a pilot’scabin to starboard.
The captain's sleeping
Crew and service areas are spacious and well laid out with top quality finish and materials.
Since the wheelhouse provides some of the best views over across the ocean and is the perfect place for discussing cruising plans, it was designed to be used by guests as well as by the crew with comfortable seating inside and on deck.
Functional as well as stylish with a Scandinavian feel, its floating console which offers good visibility at night and allows all of the equipment to be easily accessed for maintenance.
“The yacht's architecture and form has developed progressively and conceptually around the functional needs of the guests and crew”.
Julia stowed on
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