At Last is fully-found for extensive cruising or simply enjoying your local waters. Her popular 3 stateroom / 2 head single level living make At Last ideal for family and friends wishing to experience the cruising lifestyle. She has many custom features making her ideally suited for spending extended time aboard. If you are looking for a truly capable blue-water cruiser, At Last is a must see.
Solid hand laid PPG combo mat fiberglass below the waterline with closed cell P.V.C. sandwich core used in the topsides. End-grained balsa-cored superstructure, pilothouse and boat deck. Core mat is also used to reduce print-through. Vinylester resin used in first two laminates below the waterline. Marine plywood bulkheads. Mahogany stringers and frames glassed in place and encased in fiberglass.
The main saloon is spacious and bright with large opening windows (3) and double doors leading in from the fully covered aft deck. To port is an L-shaped settee and a teak entertainment center. To starboard is a large L-shaped dinette with storage under, and a teak table. Teak valances, bamboo blinds with blackout liner and Ultra-leather upholstery accent this area. There is a large 50" flat-screen TV with surround sound and Blue-Ray DVD player with an extra zone added for the cockpit (with on/off capability) mounted on the forward port side bulkhead. An Ekornes chair and ottoman help complete the cozy home-like feel.
Both port and starboard settees have custom built-in pantry shelves to further compliment her voluminous provisions storage.
Located forward of the saloon on the starboard side. Appointments include:
The master stateroom is forward and features a centerline queen berth with custom mattress, linens and pillows, large en-suite head with stall shower, two large, lighted hanging lockers, generous drawer and bilge storage, two opening hatches with screens and black-out panels, 4 opening ports with blackout curtains and vanity with swing-out seat. There is also a DVD player in a dedicated cabinet.
The ensuite head features a separate stall shower with teak grate and bi-fold door, glass and ceramic tile backsplash and custom under-cabinet lighting. The commode is a freshwater Vacuflush. There is a linen locker as well as additional bulk storage for paper products.
The port side guest cabin is currently set-up as a permanent double berth, but the original cushions are available to revert back to the original convertible settee arrangement. The berth has a custom mattress and bed spread. There is a large opening window with a bamboo curtain with blackout liner, and also an opening port. There is a desk with generous drawer storage and bookshelves, a Pullman berth and a hanging locker.
The starboard guest stateroom is forward of the guest head and offer an Ultra-leather settee berth, a Pullman berth, hanging locker, opening port, desk and drawer storage.
There is a guest head to starboard with Vacuflush head, a stall shower and opening port, glass and ceramic tile backsplash and under cabinet lighting.
The pilothouse will make you feel as though you are on a ship and offers 360° visibility to captain and guests. There is a large L-shaped Ultra-leather convertible settee, powder coated aluminum Dutch doors port and starboard, wet bar with ice maker served by a Seagull water filter and an Ultra-leather Stidd helm chair.
Not only is the pilothouse the command center for At Last, but it is also the preferred place for family and friends to gather whether underway or at anchor. Morning coffee definitely tastes better in the pilothouse.
Aft deck - The aft deck is truly an extension of the saloon and offers plenty of space for deck furniture. It has a full sunshade enclosure and a full-height transom door leading to the swim platform.
Boat deck - The boat deck can be accessed from either the aft deck or from the pilothouse Dutch doors. The RIB is easily launched and retrieved with the Steelhead crane.
Fore deck - The fore deck is entered through a door in the Portuguese bridge and allows easy access to the bow pulpit and dual anchors. There is abundant storage in the Portuguese bridge.