Swept Away HR46 at anchor Second Wind at anchor Northern Exposure at anchor

 The Main Salon



This is the main living area of the boat. The table leaves lift up to accommodate four to six people for a meal while in port.   These chairs are across the way from the dinette. The chairs fold down to expose storage in cabinets behind and in the bilge below.  

The Galley


Navigation Station

It was very easy to get used to cooking in the new galley. The microwave oven is the same one we have in our house. The cabinets behind the stove store our food and the cabinets above the microwave store dishes. Under the peninsula is more shelf storage.    This is the navigation station, the control center for sailing and for living.  
On the left, you can see the boat's DC electrical panel. There are 12 and 24-volt systems aboard.
      The AC electrical panel is in the walkthrough to the owner's cabin and covers the 110 and 230-volt systems. The boat is operational at docks in Europe and the US, and works at sea as if it is a US home with 110 power.     

Guest Cabin


Walkway to Guest Cabin



Guests sleep in this berth. There’s a filler piece to cover the missing part of the berth shown at the bottom of the photo. This small sofa in the forward walkway is useful as a sea berth. A leecloth on the outside keeps you from rolling out of bed as the boat heels. The berth also allows guests to have their own sitting room between their sleeping cabin and the main salon.

The V-berth in the forward cabin.