The accommodations on Far Far Away are much larger then you would expect to find on a vessel of this size.
The interior is done in a golden light Anagrae wood with dark wood trim with brushed stainless steel accent. The floor is in wood done in a square pattern. The effect is to give you a modern light interior which still retains a classic warmth. The large window found throughout the boat brings the inside views to the guests while they enjoy the comfort of the interior.
Entering the main deckhouse through the automatic sliding aft deck stainless steel door there is a spacious lounge, with seating to port and pop up the TV to starboard. Next forward is a large dining area with extensive storage and a large dining table that comfortably seats 10 guests. The entrance to the galley is to starboard, you first enter a pantry that is fitted out with a large Euro cave wine cooler, there is an under counter milk fridge, draws, cabinets and a granite topped counter with an espresso coffee station. There is a second door to enter the galley that prevents noise from the galley reaching the dining area.
Entering the galley to starboard you come to a separate and fully equipped stewardess station. She has her own double sink with disposal, Bosh dishwasher, toaster oven, and trash. There are an extensive drawer and cabinet storage. The U shape counter is covered in granite which creates a large counter space for plating and working. There is a monitor that can display all camera’s and ships information facing the large crew settee with table to port forward. To starboard is a large chef’s area with an 8 burner Bosh glass cooktop, triple sink with disposal, 2 Bosh fridge/freezers, two Bosh ovens, and a Bosh microwave. There are two large windows to port and starboard that create a bright working area.
There is a direct entrance to the galley from the port side deck with a grate with drain just inside the door and just aft of the door are the crew stairs up to the captain’s cabin and wheelhouse. These stairs combined with the crew access corridor on the lower deck allow the crew to move around Far Far Away without intruding in the guest area. This level of crew separation is something that is not normally found on a vessel of this size.
To starboard forward from the saloon is the foyer, where one of 3-day heads is located. There are guest stairs leading up to the sky lounge and down to the guest accommodations deck.
Forward on the main deck in front of the boat deck are two identical crew cabins with two upper and lower bunks with ensuite heads, between them is a crew lounge with settee, desk, and TV. Stairs lead down to the laundry and access to the lower guest area.
Located on the lower deck is the master stateroom, two VIP queen staterooms, two full-size twin staterooms, laundry, and extra refrigerator and freezer space. The full beam 26′, the master stateroom is in the center of the vessel for maximum comfort and forward of the engine room so there are no shafts or propellers in the area. The master is separated from the engine room by double bulkheads that create fuel tanks and the master head. This stateroom is much larger then you would expect to find on most 120′ vessels. The master has a king size bed, two matching walk-in closets with built in drawers, shoe storage and hanging space, there are also two additional large hanging lockers. One of the closets holds the digital safe. On the port side is a settee and to starboard is deck/dressing table. The his and her head is aft with large central shower. The head is done in Brazilian granite with stainless details. The his and her toilets are separated from the main header area and both have a bidet. Next forward are the two identical VIP staterooms with queen beds with drawers under, desk and a large hanging locker with built in drawers, TV and sound system. The digital safe is located in the closet. There are also draws under the bed and a large head with shower all done in granite. Forward of the VIP staterooms are the two identical twin cabins, each with full size twin beds with draws under the beds, hanging locker with built in draws, a digital safe and a head with toilet, bidet and shower all done in granite. In the companion way between the twin cabins are 4 large drawers, two on each side for linen storage.
Next forward is the crew service corridor that leads to the large laundry with twin full size washers and twin dryers. There is also additional refrigeration and freezers. There is extensive storage in this area with storage under the floor, in closets and cabinets and a large linen closet. There is also a luggage storage cabinet accessed from the stairs leading up to the forward crew’s quarters.
The pilothouse deck has a large wheelhouse forward with excellent visibility. The forward cantered windows
prevent glare for electronics and enhance over all viewing. The pilothouse is fully equipped for worldwide navigation. The main console has 6 19” Boning screens that can display data in a number of formats. There are two navigations stations to port and starboard with chart draws. There are two Opacmare helm chairs located to port and starboard of the helm and a large settee behind the chairs. The vessel has excellent visibility and because the pilothouse is located at the center of the vessel it is very comfortable in all weather conditions. There is storage for navigation, class and operating required books and documents.
There are port and starboard wing stations that bubble out to give the captain exceptional visibility down the sides of the vessel. The stations have Cat engine displays, Kobelt engine controls, thruster control, horn, jog lever and rudder indicator.
Inside to port is a passage that takes you to stairs leading down to the galley or to the Captains cabin with double bed and ensuite head. Aft on the starboard side is the radio room and access to the upper foyer with day head done in granite. Next aft is the comfortable sky lounge with lounge area, pop up TV, sound system and a office desk. This is a wonderful space to relax. The low window lines bring the outside in and create a great feeling of space.
The aft skylounge has a large table for dining with wet bar with under counter refrigerator. The open rails allow for excellent views while dining in comfort. There are stairs leading down to the aft deck and on the starboard side midships there are stairs leading up to the flybridge. The aft main deck has a large settee that can also be used as a lounge. There are stairs up to the flybridge deck, to stb aft there are stairs down to the over sized swim platform and lazarrete / engine room access, to port aft is access to the gangway.
The flybridge is quite large. It is a wonderful private entertaining deck with all of the features you would expect to find on a larger yacht and more. The open rails aft create great viewing from the seating area . There is a full wet bar with 3 bar stools, under counter fridge and a large stainless steel “Fireboy” electric BBQ located behind the bar. There is built in seating with dining tables that can be lowered to cocktail height. The flybridge has extensive storage under the seating and sun pads. There is a full sound system. The large day head with outdoor shower and another storage locker with full size door is located in the center structure. All the way forward is a full size Jacuzzi with over sized sun pad area. The shade from the hard top can be extended by putting up awnings from the back of the hard top to removable poles to cover the aft seating and dining tables. The mast has an integrated ladder to easily service the navigation equipment.
The boat deck can carry an extensive amount of toys. There are two BWA platinum line ridged bottom inflatable tenders, one 6.5m (21′ 4″) with a 200 hp 4 stroke Yamaha and 5.5m (18′) with a 115 hp 4 stroke Yamaha. There is a 110 gallon gasoline tank built into the bottom of the larger cradle which gravity feeds to the tenders when they are in the water. The smaller tender cradle has storage built in under it for MCA gear and other deck items. There is a water and compressed air station located in a locker on house and storage cabinets at the forward bulkhead. There are port and starboard gates to give access to the tenders while loading and off loading. The main door for the crews quarters in on the port forward bulkhead, there is an over hang with drip edge above the door.
Engines and other equipment
Two (2) CATERPILLAR engines model C-18, B-rated – 600 BHP @ 1,800 RPM, 24V elec. start, lubricating oil filters, dry exhaust manifolds, 24V alarm system, mechanical instrument panel.