Down Below

  • Master cabin in the bow

    • 6'2" head room

    • Double bed 6'9" x 4'11

      • All beds on the Dream Machine have bed slats - more comfort! ( see image at right)

    • en suite head

      • 6'4" head room

      • separate shower with partition (i.e., you won't hose down the entire head when you shower)

      • electric flush with holding tank

  • Starboard and Port aft cabins

    • 6'5" head room

    • Double bed 6'9" x 4'11"

  • Starboard aft head

    • 6'2" head room

    • separate shower with partition

    • electric flush with holding tank

  • Saloon

    • 6'6" head room

    • U-shaped saloon bench - converts to double bed

    • Bench seat by table - moves in/out under table to make room

    • Leather upholstery

    • Fusion MS-RA205 AM/FM/Bluetooth/IPOD stereo

      • Speakers in Saloon and Cockpit

      • Personally I find hooking up to it via Bluetooth is fiddly - I recommend using a USB cable and using the IPOD (apple) or MPT (Android) source option

    • Samsung SMART display

      • No source - bring your own with a HDMI cable (no cable provided because they go bad very quickly in the salt air)

    • Chart table and two seats on port side

      • Configurable, i.e., can move the chart table to front/back/center position and seats accordingly

  • Galley

    • 6'7" head room

    • Gas stove with 3 burners 

    • 34 Gallon electric fridge (4.5 ft^3).  Front opening

      • second fridge in the cockpit - sufficiently large to store most of your drinks

    • 22 Gallon (3.0 ft^3) "freezer".  Top opening

      • The freezer, imho, is more like a "cold box".  It won't freeze anything.  If you place your items on the shelf next to the evaporator plate (but don' t cover it up) the items will likely remain frozen.  It's also helpful to fill the deep part of the "freezer" with a couple of bags of ice, i.e., create less volume to cool.

    • Microwave

  • Air Conditioning and Generator

    • 3 zone Air conditioning (Do you "need" AC?  Follow this link for some AC thoughts )

    • Fischer Panda 6.7KW generator

      • Burn rate of approximately 1/2 gph at half load

      • Why was a Fischer Panda chosen?  It's quiet!

      • Best to start switch the generator on without the AC load, i.e., turn the AC systems off either before you shut down via the thermostat or flip the breakers under the seat cushions.

      • You can not run the full charge on the battery charger plus all three AC zones plus the microwave at the same time.  The generator will shut itself down due to overdraw

  • Electrical

    • 2800W inverter (when you're not running the generator)

    • Victron energy management - see "Instruments"

    • Solar panels 2x180 watt

    • 120V US outlets - minimum 1 in each cabin, head, and saloon

    • 12V outlet ("car" plug) on electrical panel

      • This is the only 12V outlet below deck

    • Dual USB charger ports in each cabin and saloon

      • Uses the 12V electrical system so no need to run inverter or generator if all you want to do is charge a "device"

  • Lighting

    • All LED lighting.  Bright, robust, and low heat

      • "courtesy" lighting on the floor.  I call it a "night light", i.e., just enough light that you can make your way around if you have to be up and about in the dark

  • Water maker

    • 15 gph (65 lph) desalination

    • No guarantee that this will be available to a charter guest.  Check with CYOA to confirm

    • 12 volt low power requirements

      • But you'll likely only want to run it with the generator or engine running

      • Hint - any time the engine is running turn the water maker on

      • MAKE SURE you are in an area with clean water or you will destroy the membranes.  Oil sheen on the water?  Very bad!

 

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