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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

    • 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!

  • Electrical

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

    • Victron energy management - see "Instruments"

    • Solar panels

    • 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

    • 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