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Forward, the bridge deck houses the wheelhouse, the spacious Captain’s quarters, the First Officer’s cabin, the radio room and the Purser’s office, plus a pantry. 

The bridge deck is essentially a working deck. 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.  

In addition to the port side crew staircase, there is a guest staircase amidships, built around the guest elevator which serves all decks. Further aft, the Captain’s office opens on to the main helicopter landing pad. It enables the captain to greet guests arriving on board TATOOSH by helicopter and provides direct access to the main elevator. 

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Crew Area

Service Area

Guest Area

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A dedicated helicopter spares store and an approved fire station are port and starboard of the Captain’s office and the helicopter refueling station is adjacent to the landing pad.  The main helicopter landing pad is also equipped with a “harpoon grid” for landing in inclement weather. 

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The lower/main helideck is for regular use and is sized to accommodate helicopters with a ‘D’ value equal to or less than 14m. 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. The upper helideck is a relief or secondary landing pad for a smaller helicopter.

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“The yacht's architecture and form has developed progressively and conceptually around the functional needs of the guests and crew”.

Claus Kusch


Captain's cabin

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