Entering from starboard on ALLEGRIA, one will reach a beautiful formal foyer with maple wood floors with mahogany accents. Interior designed by the world renowned designer Glade Johnson offers a timeless contemporary design with the perfect blend of woods and marbles throughout. The interior woodwork has a complimentary balance of solid and burl mahogany, cherry and maple. In this area one will find two spacious spiral staircases, one to go up to the sky lounge deck and one to go down to the lower guest accommodations. A well-appointed day head with a beautiful marble finish can also be found on the main deck level.
Moving aft from the foyer one will enter the formal dining area. The dining table can be set to accommodate ten to twelve guests. The main salon and dining area are part of an open floorplan, offering a spacious feel with its large windows and circular furniture arrangement. In the main salon, there is a beautifully appointed full bar with seating for five. In this area there is a table seating four for coffee, drinks or a simple board game.
Further aft is the entry to the main salon from the aft deck. This too offers a welcoming entryway with double wide circular opening doors that offer a very spacious feel. The entry offers the same beautiful maple and mahogany accented floor found in the formal foyer.
Forward of the dining and to port one will find a state of the art galley with professional appliances, excellent counter space, storage and refrigeration. There is plenty of light with the larger windows in the galley. A large pantry with additional circular settee and table makes for a perfect staging area for formal dining or a nice place to have morning coffee to discuss the daily menu with the chef. The galley has doors at both entrances that can be closed to keep noise and smells from entering other areas of the vessel. From this area the crew can make their way below to the crew quarters or out the port exterior doors to avoid walking through the interior of the vessel. The crew quarters are very spacious with four separate cabins, laundry and a large crew mess. From the crew quarters, one can go down to the tank level to find a large walk in fridge and freezer and plenty of storage space.
Forward on the main deck, just ahead of the formal foyer, there is a full beam master suite with a lounging/office area, king berth and ample storage. Continuing forward in the master one will find a spacious master head with match book marble, two sinks, large tub, spacious shower, separate toilet and bidet, and large hanging lockers. The master offers ample drawers and storage throughout.
From the formal foyer midship one can take the staircase leading down to the guest staterooms. There are four guest cabins, three large VIP guest cabins with queen berths and one with twin berths plus an additional Pullman berth. The three VIP guest cabins have ensuite baths
with tub and shower, two sinks, toilet and bidet. The twin cabin offers an ensuite shower, sink and toilet. All guest cabins are equipped with entertainment systems, lovely décor and ample storage.
The lower accommodations have a staff service passageway from the guest corridor to the crew quarters for the staff to clean and care for the guest area.
From the formal foyer one can go up the stairs to the bridge deck where one will find the sky lounge, pilot house and on deck dining and lounging. Upon entering the skylounge one is surrounded with natural light from the large windows. There is a large sitting area facing forward with two large circular settees, three chairs, a coffee table and a large screen projector, perfect for watching movies. Forward in the skylounge there is a large walkup bar with all the amenities. Behind the bar is a privacy door that enters a large pantry, perfect size and location for serving the skylounge and aft deck dining. Forward and near the stairs one will find a well-appointed marble interior bridge deck day head.
Continue forward to find the pilothouse with sitting area and state of the art NAV equipment. The captain has a larger private cabin accessed from this area with ensuite and private office. From the pilothouse, one can access the bow area through either pilothouse door.
Going aft through the exterior double doors of the skylounge one enters the aft deck where one will find a beautiful fixed teak dining table with seating for ten. Lounging can be found behind the fixed settee. From this deck one can make their way up a set of stairs to the sundeck, where one will find a spacious area that offers a hardtop with dining for up to ten underneath at the center of the sundeck. Aft of the dining area there is a large Jacuzzi with sun pads. Forward of the dining area is a bar with five bar stools and sun pads forward. To either side outboard there are two built in settees for additional lounging.
From the bridge deck one can go down a set of stairs to get to the main deck. On the main deck aft there is a large U-shaped settee with two tables and two chairs. This is a perfect area to receive people coming aboard, hang for breakfast or refreshments and a great spot to watch all the water activities. From the main deck aft one can go down two sets of winding stairs, either side, to get to the swim platform. At this point, one can reach the water for swimming, get on and off the launch or make their way to the garage area where all the water toys and outside shower are located.