The salon and dining area are in reality a single large room, but lighting in the overhead visually define two distinct areas. The dining area holds a large square table for seating the eight guests in pairs on its four sides. Opposite the table is a wide buffet to provide a serving area as well as china and glass storage. Additional storage is built into the bulkheads forward and outboard of the table. The Salon has a settee and love seat to Port and a matching settee to Starboard. The Salon TV rises from behind the starboard settee, so it is easely viewable from both areas.
Across Dining Area
Located between the salon area and the pilothouse the galley is ideally located to provide a flawless service and cooking set up. Featuring top of the line Stainless Steel appliances, full size sliding door to portside this is the ideal place for your chef to cook a 5 Star meal for you and your guests:
A big part of the impresion made by the 82 is the vertical pilothouse windshield - it not only improves the helm lines of sight, it creates more usable space on both the main deck and upper decks. The large windows in the hull and superstructure lend an open and spacious feeling unrivaled in its size range. It also features a day head with Techma quit flush marine head, marble counter and flooring and a sink.
The full beam master stateroom with its king berth is located amidships for maximun comfort. To starboard is a huge made to feel larger still by its big hullside windows and oversized shower. To port is a sitting area, again flooded with light from matching hull sides windows, as well as a walk - in locker with stowage for extended cruising. On centerline forward is a spacious vanity.
At the bow is a VIP stateroom with an island queen berth, en suite head and two hanging lockers. A circular glass hatch above the berth not only provides light, air, and escape, but also creates an aesthetic focal point for the room thanks to its joinery and the indirect lighting surrounding it.
The port cabin features a Queen convertible berth, a large locker and head, and a small desk.
Port Cabin Head & Shower
The starboard features twin berths and a compact locker.
Starboard Cabin Head & Shower
This Maestro has an upper deck that stretches nearly 60 feet, a phenomenal achievement on an 82 foot yacht. This creates a large outdoor living space, with room for a helm to port plus a three - guest companion seat on centerline and spacious sunpad forward. Between the forward and aft pads is a large Jacuzzi, a table and chairs to port, and a bar to starboard, all shaded by a fiberglass top with sunroof system.
Forward deck features a spacious circular sunpad and two small settees built into the forward trunk. There's also a raised platform at the stem to watch dolphins as they ride the bow wave.
The aft deck features a settee and table allowing overflow dining for larger parties completely sheltered by the extended upper deck. Outboard of the settee are fiberglass boxes that keep mooring bitts and capstans out of sight.
Located aft, the crew area has 2 rooms with twin bunk bed in each. This is a very comfortable layout for 4 crew members accomodation. Also features a 22" TV with Sat receiver in each cabin.
Accessfrom portside deck this is a very spacious stand up room with mirrored engines and full access to all maintenance on every system. This is the heart of this Yacht and nothing was left out of reach.