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Even though the majority of yachts over 120ft in length are custom built to suit the needs of their owners, it is surprising how similar many of them are when it comes to design or internal layout. Perhaps this is just a coincidence that different..


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The difference between Forty Love and the average Superyacth is obvious as soon as one enters the saloon : it occupies the entire main deck accommodations. No master suite, no enclosed galley – jusj an incredible exterior panorama seen through 360 degrees of Windows. The forward half of the saloon is comfortably furnished with settees and arm chairs, and the television is built into the African cherry cabinetry.

Always an area of interest for guests, the pilothouse was made large enough to include a cozy saloon with an Office area. A large built in television is aft of the control desk. The navigation equipment is of the latest technology and quality with vital items being duplicated – and sometimes tripled – to give bulletproof back-ups. A yacht with two separate autopilots is quite the rarity! Forty Love’s navigation station includes a cozy upper saloon cum sky lounge with a writing desk end television in the sizeable area aft of the control desk.

The Captain’s cabin (a double with shower) is located to port of this area, while two crew cabins, another double and one with twin bunks, are accessed from the boat deck – much better positioning than the forepeak. The final two crew cabins – both of which have double bunks – open from galley and fairly hidden from view. A galley continously flushed with sea water is certainly unconventional.

The benefit of this commercial stainless steel galley is that it is huge – fully equipped with all the professional equipment needed to cater for a party of up to 100 guest – and it has easy access to the main deck. The down side is serving food across the open deck to formal dinning saloon in a rainstorm, but in that case, there is always the galley in the saloon.