By Diane M. Byrne The bar (with stylized barstools) is an American-edition exclusive. The tiny galley, below decks, is intended solely for crew to prepare everyone's meals and dine in themselves. A casual dining spot lies to port of the saloon bar, still in the midst of all conversations. Note the opaque panels to the master's en suite head and the brightly colored sink basin. You can dine in style on the aft deck, since Pershing continued the silver paint job on inboard surfaces instead of limiting it to the yacht's profile. A companion chair (in leather, of course) plus a chart table to starboard highlight the helm. Not visible is the small chaise lounge, tucked to port and below the expansive windshield. Pershing created a launch system for the tender (stowed in an aft garage) that involves the swim platform extending outward and tilting down. A "flying bridge" on an open, something you certainly don't expect to see.