By Kim Kavin The dining room chairs were Donald Starkey's second attempt, as the owners felt the first set wasn't comfortable enough for a two-hour dinner party. The galley-like the other crew spaces-is finished to a high standard. The saloon decor is meant to let the woodwork stand out. The master suite is on the main deck. The owners use the VIP on the bridge deck as their cabin. Interior designer Donald Starkey placed a floor-to-ceiling mirror at the end of the black marble in the foyer to make the passageway seem longer. Notice the scale model of the first Evviva that is mounted amidships in the bridge-deck VIP suite. Donald Starkey incorporated wood grains into various loose furnishings to match the paneling veneers used throughout the yacht. The Edsons like to take some of their meals aft on the bridge deck. Small dining nooks seem to be everywhere onboard Evviva. As Edson's wife said during our tour, "I guess we're people who like to eat with a good view."