The foundation and success of the brand has steamed from the variable dead rise hull, the sharp entry that produces a soft cut through ride that transitions into a flatter hull towards the stern of each vessel sees amazing handling even in trying conditions whilst maintain excellent range & economy.
Alaska Motor Yachts, traditional hand built high Gloss cherry timber with traditional boat building craftsmanship coupled with stunning textured fabrics and cutting edge composites all combine for a wonderful interior space.
The main stateroom amidships. It's accessed from the port-side companionway via two sliding doors. The big queen-size bed is centrally located and there are lovely louvered cupboards to starboard. The ensuite features a Tecma fresh water flush loo, vanity and separate shower stall.
Up front there is a separate cabin with upper and lower bunks and another bathroom to port.
Back up in the saloon there is a large L shaped dinette on the port side with a lounge long enough to stretch out to starboard.
The galley is located opposite the lower helm station and features a really twin-door fridge freezer, a second fridge under the four-burner electric cooktop, a microwave and twin sinks. Storage abounds.
The lower helm station has a comfy perch, all electrics with room for more, and vision is great.
Outside, notable features are the wide, walk-around decks roomy cockpit and a wide foredeck with a big Muir windlass mounted on fore deck.
Access to the flybridge is via a solid staircase (as opposed to a ladder) from the cockpit - an easy and safe ascent. The flybridge itself is a beauty with twin helm seats, U-shaped lounge and a fridge for cool drinks. There is plenty of room on the aft deck of the bridge to fit a davit and stow your tender.