Look beyond the main saloon and past the dining room to the large, rectangular window in the far-left-hand corner of this space. It's a window into the galley and can be covered in a matching wood panel at the push of a button.
The glass panels featuring a topless mermaid along the main staircase can be illuminated for a glowing effect.
Note the way the wall's pattern echoes the insets along the ceiling.
A view of the skylounge looking toward the bow. The couches face out, toward the exterior deck, creating the sense of one complete space.
The master suite is one of several cabins with a king-size bed.
The deck just outside the skylounge.
The main deck.
The bridge feels enormous thanks to vertical windows, which don't lean into the interior. The silver-leaf in the overhead matches that in the foyer and can appear almost mirror-like.
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