By Diane M. Byrne The island amidships in the saloon is actually a bar with a marble countertop and a Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer. Note the columns and large curved section of the wood paneling forward - details such as these are found throughout the yacht. Dual ovens and two dishwashers keep things cookin' in the galley. An abundance of wood lends warmth to the club-like skylounge, complete with games area and a bar. Because the master suite is full beam, the owner's office and stateroom look and feel more spacious than those on similar-size yachts. The 100-plus-bottle wine chiller located near the galley keeps libations flowing freely. The pilothouse has good visibility through deep windows forward and access to a Portuguese bridge, which in turn leads to a handy foredeck staircase.