By Diane M. Byrne The "club lounge" is located where most pilothouses would normally be. Dramatic views await guests as they descend the yacht's main staircase. The owner's suite is a peaceful oasis. Custom tables in the saloon incorporate every type of stone onboard. The elevator's base, a.k.a. the "koi pond." Cozier than most, the wheelhouse still emphasizes function. Formal dining takes place forward on the main deck. A communications station in the wheelhouse. The benchseat to the right in the spacious crew mess spins around to permit everyone to watch the TV mounted on the wall behind them (not visible here). How's this for a captain's stateroom? (Future megayacht owners, study it well.) Note the sturdy hinged windows here in the lofty flying bridge.