A pre-design design session at the Steeler offices with Vripack and the British prospects has resulted in yet another lay-out of the versatile Panorama FlatFloor concept. The sketches and drawing made by Pim Dijksman of Vripack created such a high level of confidence with the future owners that the building contract was signed and the naval architects will start immediately to allow start construction Q1 2016.
Main feature in this lay-out is the complete integration of the salon and the cockpit to a huge entertainment area of 6 x 4.5 m. The galley, situated on the port side, will be U-shaped with a bar on either side of the ‘chef’s station’, where six to eight people can wine and dine. Resulting from the wide beam of the Panorama, there is ample space for a gorgeous lounge area on the starboard side. Weather permitting the entertainment area is fully open, but if the temperature is not co-operating the aft cockpit can be closed with electrically operated glass panels.
This is the fourth Panorama FlatFloor that has been sold since the introduction last year and the individuality and freedom of choice the Panorama concept offers has been fully utilised by each single owner. The result is four completely different boats, each the perfect interpretation of the perfect boat for each owner.