Aft House New Build
Starting on the main deck aft you will find a comfortable dining table for 6 to 8 persons. The seating is fully covered by the upper deck over hang so you will not get drips or light rain on the seating or table. There is a built in cabinet with drinks refrigerator and sink plus room for storage and trash container. The deck is covered in the latest simulated teak deck system. There is a ladder to the bridge deck/skylounge on the starboard side and entrance to the engine room via a water tight door to port.
Moving forward you will enter the large open saloon through double water tight doors. On entering you will be standing on a granite threshold with door rug to absorb water on feet before entering the carpeted saloon area. The wood throughout is American Cherry with the option for other woods and/or inlays. The standard layout has a settee to Starboard and a settee dinning table for 10 to port. There is an option for a full standup bar to starboard with a small settee forward, this is shown in the attached layout. This layout also gives you the option for an access door direct from the main saloon via a sound and smell proofed door to the engine room. Looking forward just off centerline is the entertainment area with space for flat screen TV and all surround sound equipment. Just to port of this is the granite breakfast bar with 3 stools with opening panels to create an open or closed galley layout with a door that seals off the galley fully. The cabinets above the breakfast bar can be open from both the saloon side and the galley. The Galley is all done in granite counters and fully equipped. There is room for a full size refrigerator and a full size freeze, plus stove, oven, microwave and a small second oven or steam oven. There is a water tight door for direct access to the port side deck allowing crew access without entering the main saloon area.
Walking forward on the STB side you will first find an electronics locker to port under the stairs with full door access and room to also store a vacuum and other cleaning items. To port is a space for a wine fridge or standard fridge with glass storage above next forward you step in to the foyer with access from the STB side deck through a water tight door to STB. The foyer floor is done in granite allowing guest to use the on deck day head just to port without concern of wet feet on carpet or wood.
Off the Foyer are the stairs to go to the lower and upper deck. The crew can enter and go directly up to the wheelhouse without intruding on the guests areas.
Moving from the foyer to the lower deck via carpet and wood stairs you come to the lower foyer aft is the door to the very large full beam master stateroom. The master stateroom has a full King bed centerline with the head of the bed aft. There are large closets to port and STB of the bed. To STB is settee with large port lights above to port of the bed is a dressing table with mirror and additional hanging lockers. Just forward to port is the hers head, with tub/shower, toilet, extensive counter space and draws. To the STB side is the his head with shower, toilet and counters with draws. There are extensive draw and shelf storage built in.
Moving forward from the foyer before you pass through a water tight bulkhead, there is a cabinet with full size stacked washer and dryer. Next through the water tight door you come to the guest staterooms port and STB. The STB stateroom has a queen bed with deck, hanging lookers, draws under the bed and a full head with large shower forward. The port state room has two full size lower single beds with night stand between; there are draws under the bed and a large hanging locker forward. There is an option to put a Pullman’s berth in this stateroom. The head is forward and identical to the STB one.
There is a door at the head of the passage way between the staterooms that leads to a corridor via a watertight door to the cofferdam area/ laundry and forward equipment area.
There is an angled ladder that leads up to the crews quarters. The crew can access the staterooms and the rest of the boat via this passage allowing them to clean and pull laundry without going through the upper deck guest areas. This also works as an access passage to the bridge and galley during times of inclement weather. The fresh water pumps and crew washer/dryer are located in this compartment. Forward of this are the water tanks and collision bulkhead.
From the upper foyer the stairs lead to the Wheelhouse and skylounge landing. Turning forward through a door is the large fully equipped wheel house with helm chairs, Chart areas, comfortable raise settee size to 6’6” that can be used as a day bed and granite table. The wheel house has exceptional visibility and highly functional. There are internal steps leading up to the large flybridge directly from the bridge area.
Moving aft at the landing you have a large full head with full size shower and storage. Next aft you pass through a door the multi function skylounge/office/home theater/queen stateroom and option for work out area. This area has a large desk with room for all equipment, comfortable seating with a large couch that converts into a full size queen bed, hanging lockers space, pop up large flat screen TV. The use of the queen size bed turns this space in to a very nice 4th VIP stateroom
There is also an option to make this area the master stateroom.
Moving aft there is a weather tight door that leading the large skylounge aft deck. There is a large built in cabinet with large chest freezer with room for additional fridge or freezer.
There is a ladder to the flybridge deck on the forward STB side. This area can be dressed out with lounge chairs and cocktail tables or set up as a dinning area.
Your primary access to the flybridge is via the stairs in the wheelhouse. This is a huge area with large dinning/ relaxing area with table that will easily seat 12 persons. Forward there is a center line helm station set up for full electronics with helm seat, to port and STB are comfortable bench seats. Aft of the dining area is a large cabinet with sink, BBQ and storage to STB is a cabinet with drink refrigerator.
The area forward of the BBQ is all covered by a soft top.
Aft of the soft top is a large open area for sunning, there is an option for a Jacuzzi centerline aft between the stacks.
There is a large boat deck forward of the house that can carry two boats up to 16’ or a boat and a car or other toys. Forward of the boat deck is the crews quarters with two cabins one with upper and lower beds and one with a small double, both cabins have there own heads and showers. Between the cabins is a crew lounge area with settee, counter with refrigerator, sink, microwave and hot plate.
There are two chain lockers and large storage area ahead of the crews’ quarters.
Up the stairs from the boat deck is the foredeck with the anchor handling area. This is a large deck that can also carry more toys. There are two over sized windless and two anchors, one centerline CQR type and on one side mounted navy style. There is a mast with crows nest that also handles deck lights and navigation lights.
The Inace 95’ explorer is a proven design with several of her sisterships having done over 50,000 nm. There are comfortable and extremely seaworthy.
The engine room is very large and well layed out with all equipment easy to see and service. All of her equipment has been chosen for reliability and ease of service
|LOA||92' (28 meters)|
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Earning a 500-Ton US Coast Guard Masters License, John has spent 18 years enjoying a life around the ocean, logging over 80,000 nautical miles of experience. John has sailed on every ocean in the world. "To be a competent captain, you have to have total knowledge of the yacht. The first job I earned money for in yachting was cleaning the bottom of a 90' schooner in St. Thomas harbor. I worked my way up from there and have worked in every position on a boat including chef and engineer." For many years John ran his own business delivering yachts, managing projects and working in systems integration in AutoCAD prior to his brokerage career, which has kept him hopping the globe for the past 14 years.