Entering from the starboard side on CHEERS 46 is a formal foyer with dark Tabu wood finished floors. The wood throughout the boat is Kato, a tropical African Wood with a light gray stain. There is also a well-appointed day head in this area. Moving aft from the foyer you enter the formal dining area. The dining table can be set to accommodate 10-12 guests as needed. The main salon is appointed with an L-shaped settee arrangement where two comfortable designer chairs, an end table, and a coffee table finish the area off. The main salon and dining area have ample storage with built-in serving areas. Further aft is the entry to the main salon from the aft deck. This offers welcoming entryway with double-wide opening door with a spacious feel.
Forward to port is the state-of-the-art galley with professional appliances, excellent counter space. Large windows account for natural light as well as perfect viewing while underway or at the dock. There is a large serving pantry between the galley and formal dining for ease of service and clean up.
Mid-ship a beautifully appointed staircase leads down to the five guest staterooms. The full-beam master is found forward, settee and hanging closet to starboard, with large bath to port. There are four additional guest cabins: two large VIP guest cabins, plus two twin cabins. All cabins are equipped with entertainment systems with en-suite head and showers.
From the foyer, one will go up a beautifully appointed staircase to the upper landing that will lead aft to the sky lounge or forward to the wheelhouse. The pilothouse has the state-of-the-art navigation equipment and offers excellent visibility while cruising. The Captain’s cabin is to starboard before the wheelhouse.
Aft of the wheelhouse is the sky lounge where you are surrounded by natural light from the large windows. There is a walk-up bar with ample fridge and cold storage to port. To starboard is a U-shaped sitting area with three settees, two chairs, coffee table and end tables. This is a comfortable area to entertain or watch a movie and enjoy. There is also a well-appointed day head on this deck.
One can reach the bow entertainment area with a large sitting and sunning area with a deep pool from the side deck or wheelhouse doors. The sundeck from the bridge deck aft has a beautiful built-in service area and a square table with seating up to 16 for dining outside. There are also two large loose furniture settees for lounging. The area offers a large bar with four bar stools and a large U-shaped sitting area that allows for sun or shade with an automatic opening sunroof. The jacuzzi and sun pads are located aft with four stools looking forward that offer unrestricted views.
The spacious aft deck features a large built-in settee with two chairs and tables. Down a set of stairs from either side is a large Beach Club with a swim platform and umbrella. The platform makes for easy access to the water for swimming or water sports and the beach club itself is a must-experience, perfect for entertaining. Forward of the Beach Club is a larger athwartship tender garage that houses a Williams 445 Diesel jet tender, two SeaDoo jet skis, dive compressor and various water toys. The Beach Club also includes 45’ TV and bar for entertaining.
Engines: 2 x MTU 12V4000, 3460hp @ 2100 RPM, 960 hours Gear Boxes: ZF 7600 A 3.45:1 gears Generators: 2 x Kohler 99kw generators / 2767hrs; 1-5 gal / hour Shore Power: 2 x A/SEA units 54kw - 2 x 100 amp / 3 phase / 480 volts Air Conditioning: CLIMA Stabilizers: CMC Marine stabilizers / at anchor Bow Thrusters: CMC Marine bow thruster, 90kw (120hp) Steering: BSC steering system Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval Sewage System: Eco-mar Fresh Water: Activated Carbon and UV system Lube Oil Capacity: 133g Waste Oil Capacity: 133g Maximum Speed: 22 / 350g / 2100 RPM Cruising Speed: 15 / 340g Economical Speed: 14 / 100g / 1400 RPM
Communication and Navigation
PBX: Panasonic VHF: Furuno Intercom: Jotron (in specific locations) Radar: Furuno (x2) Magnetic Compass: C. Plath Autopilot: Furuno Depth Sounder: Furuno/Garmin GPS: Furuno/Garmin Ship’s Computer: Windows PC Wind/Speed Log: Furuno Furuno - VHF radios (x2) KVH - Sat phone Garmin - Auxiliary chart plot Boning - Touchscreen system that controls nearly all systems onboard the vessel 5 Touchscreens throughout the boat (1 Crew Mess, 1 Engine Room, 3 Bridge) Engine gauges and sensor feedback Tank reading and levels with alarms (Imperial and Metric) AC power controls w/ detailed readout of consumption, output, blackout recovery, power mgmt. Generator controls w/ detailed readout of consumption, output, blackout recovery, power mgmt. Generator gauges and power output Fire panel integration Navigation light Bilge page activates pumps and controls various valves throughout the vessel DC power page with various battery voltages, charging amperages, and temperatures Exterior doors page showing all door and hatch openings with audible and visual alarms Conning page with bridge equipment integration. Nobeltec, Furuno, and Garmin communicate with the Boning system for info acquisition Nobeltec - Navigation software communicating with Furuno autopilot controller and auxiliary Garmin
Samsung TV BluRay DVD Apple TV Direct TV Apple iTunes Denon stereo
4 x treadmills 3 x weights Boxing Bag Separate private massage room Full balcony opening on the Starboard side
Galley and Laundry Equipment
Main Cooking Equipment: Miele Refrigeration and Freezer: Miele Laundry Equipment: Miele
CCTV System: Boning non-recording (8 x Cameras, 7 x Monitors) FM200/engine room Fire Extinguishers: Minimax powder & CO2 Heat/Smoke Detectors: Eltek Honeywell Life Rafts: 4 x 12-Man Life Rings: 4 EPIRBS: 2 Flares: Full set Medical Equipment: National Marine advanced and basic equipment