By Kim Kavin What looks like a black-trimmed, white rug in the saloon is actually marble that delineates the dining and sitting areas. Overhead detailing is similar. All guest cabins, including those likely for kids, have good stowage, thanks to the builder's experience with his own family-and their full suitcases. The fascia on the side-deck door follows the superstructure shape, making an odd photo. The master's bed is designed to impress, with woodwork that travels clear up and along the overhead. The shoji screens slide open to reveal ports. The glass in the hardtop is tinted to keep daytime heat from becoming unbearable. Headroom in the engine room is more than six feet. The entire front of the pilothouse helm unscrews for electronics repairs and upgrades.