Mayrilou is a floating apartment. Once onboard the main structure looks less square than it does from the dock. The saloon has bright royal blue sofas which convert into an inside dining area and you have a wonderful view out the rear patio door. Unlike the more common catamaran there is no exterior dining on this level. The master cabin is on this level too, it looks forward and you get the most wonderful views to wake up to. The galley is also on this level and open plan so you can see what your daily delights will be, whilst in another corner stands the bar.
There are stairways, one each side, to take you down to the guest accommodation in the hulls. Both sides having two guest cabins with en-suite that can convert into twin or double cabins. We then head upstairs to the flybridge / top deck. This is where the main dining area is, you have a wonderful view, which if used whilst on the dock gives privacy from onlookers. As well as the huge table there is a grill to the side, the helm station and in front of that a sunbathing area out in the sun but with awnings that can be put out if needed.
Coming back down and on to the foredeck / front of the yacht, also unlike traditional catamarans there are no trampolines – instead this area is now a huge deck space with sofa sun beds and jacuzzi. Her exterior upholstery is grey with teal cushions.
Mayrilou has a garage full of water sports, it’s like looking in a shop window full of delights!