PAM: Here’s some quick shots of Mira inside and out. They are not great – it was difficult with all of the workers and totes and tools, etc. We will post more later – once we are settled in the Caribbean (and I can get my fun decorative pillows out! hahaha)
The cockpit – double helm seat that reverses, two benches, foldable table, sliding glass door leading to the salon.
Here’s looking at the cockpit – looking out from the salon. There are two large benches, grill, and lots of solar panels!!
Here’s another shot of the cockpit. You can also see that we have panels that roll down to protect the cockpit from weather – either hard clear plastic or screens.
Best view on the boat – bow pulpit!
Love the co-captain’s chair
View coming into the salon from the cockpit. All handcrafted Brazilian cherry wood. Nav station ahead and salon seats around the table. Settee to the right.
Another salon view – settee to the right, sliding work table, cabinets conceal printer, charts, stereo system, washer/dryer
View of the galley leading down from the salon.
Mira’s galley is impossibly large for a cruising yacht – tons of cabinets, counter space, double sink, front-opening refrigerator, large chest freezer, gas cooktop, oven, & microwave! I’m in heaven!
Another of view of the galley – looking into the 3rd cabin, which has double and twin beds and full head with shower. At the other end of the galley is another guest cabin with queen bed.
Looking down into the master cabin with its queen bed. The master cabin fills the starboard hull with bed, storage and a head with shower.