By Diane M. Byrne Sea trials in Holland were closely followed by delivery. An alternate view of the dining area and saloon. Abundant use of anigre, which has a distinctive grain pattern, lends flair to the decor, as do the maps of harbors above the bed here in the master. The VIP stateroom is accessed via its own hallway; note the artwork above the bed. Though it's narrow, the galley provides good prep space. A private hallway leading to the VIP stateroom features terrific artwork. Even the en suite heads are highly decorative. The crew mess, accessed via the aft deck, houses the washer and dryer. A pocket door (not visible) closes off the helm from the 94 Alu's saloon. Moonen's famous "double o" logo, on Nilo's superstructure.