By Diane M. Byrne Fireplaces in the saloon and skylounge create a club-like feel. To prevent dining guests from being disturbed, a service passageway for the crew runs one deck below. The cambered overheads, deep windows, cut-glass light domes, and gimbaled wall lamps (designed by the owner) enhance the atmosphere. Rasselas' exterior areas are well-executed. The radar arch actually serves as the roof of the glassed-in sundeck "saloon." Both the aft main-deck and aft bridge-deck alfresco areas enjoy sun and wind protection thanks to glass doors and extendable awnings. As per regulations, Rasselas is equipped with AIS, which displays names and other relevant details of vessels in the area.