NorthStar 105' Tri-Deck

This yacht is called NorthStar 105' Tri-Deck. It has a range of 1,180 nm @ 1800 rpm, and a range of 2,500 nm @ 1400 rpm. The 105 features integrated wing stations, port and starboard, just outside the skylounge access doors. Inside, the digital helm features the usual suspects, all on display before a set of tinted, slanted windows encased in handsome teak trim. The low profile console is viewed from fully adjustable Captain and Mate seats done in fashionable leather on stainless steel pedestals, with a teak destroyer-style wheel. A curving staircase with an artistic wrought iron inset leads down from the skylounge to the main deck. Located immediately to starboard of the staircase is a hanging locker for foul weather gear. Looking aft and situated under the staircase is the main deck day-head. A door is provided in this hallway to partition the salon and dining area from the galley as well. Dining is located just forward of the salon. Matte finished cherrywood sweeps in curves through the dining area, combining cabinetry as well as its circular table and six Danish modern chairs. Window valances and treatments present Hunter Douglas privacy window shades. The master highlights also embrace the fine décor by Sylvia Boulton Design; finished in light beige, wall coverings with textured surfaces, adding to an upscale sophistication. Dramatic effects are obtained with the architecturally precise use of cherrywood in cabinetry and cedar-lined hanging lockers. A king-size berth sports a custom innerspring mattress and custom designed headboard with a fascinating photo of cruising off St. Maartin in the Caribbean. The His/Hers master head continues the splendid use of granite countertops and cherrywood cabinetry and doors, aided and abetted by designer towel bars, soap dishes and paper holders. The Jacuzzi shower/tub with Grohe Relaxe shower system and special temperature regulator adds to the luxury.

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