The Salon is entered via twin counter balanced stainless steel sliding doors with an electric eye which can be bypassed as needed.
Immediately to starboard is a white leather recliner and a Bang Olufsen six disc CD changer hanging on the wall. Next forward is a new leather loveseat with storage below and a mahogany and glass end table. Over this area is a 50” Fujitsu Plasma TV which folds down from the overhead and disappears from sight when not in use.
To port upon entry is a two door glass art niche with an interior light. Below are three wood cabinet doors housing the areas HD/DVR Direct TV receiver and an LG Blue Ray player. Next forward is a four person leather sofa with storage below. In front of the sofa is a mahogany and glass coffee table.
A tray ceiling treatment above this area is an oval shape with seven dimmable inset lights on lacquered panels with rope lighting around the perimeter.
Next forward is an area that could be used as formal dining but is presently used as dining for two to four persons. A round mahogany table is centerline with three upholstered chairs. This area is perfect as a game table. Above the table in a shape and size that mimics the table is an inset tray with mirrored panels, a centered hanging light fixture, four halogen mini spots and rope lighting hidden behind the edge molding.
Outboard to port is a four cabinet bar with a marble top and a liquor bottle storage cabinet for six bottles that lowers electrically when not in use. Next forward are four additional storage cabinets.
To the starboard side is a matching cabinet for storage with a table lamp affixed to the granite top. Next forward are four more storage cabinets.
All the way forward is a 46” Samsung LCD TV flanked by twin door beveled glass stemware storage cabinets each with two additional pairs of mahogany starburst cabinet doors below.
Directly under the TV are four more cabinet doors with an inset burlwood pattern often repeated throughout the boat.
To port is the entrance to the Galley, to starboard is the main Accommodation Companionway. Also in the Salon, four large side windows both port and starboard are separated by fluted columns and covered with Duette shades. Three brass and glass sconces adorn the columns, seventeen halogen mini spots, stereo speakers, smoke and fire detectors, digital AC controls plus a carpeted sole is also in this area.