Built in 1992, this Italian raised pilothouse motor yacht has an aluminium hull and superstructure and provides easy guest and crew circulation throughout. The yacht has been owned by the same family since shortly after her launch. Her impressive en-suite staterooms provide guests with home-like comforts and JUNESTAR boasts an exceptional aft deck as well as a spacious sun deck.
The flybridge is accessed via a few steps up from the raised pilot house, or alternatively there is an exterior staircase from the aft deck. Forward to Port is the helm station with a bench seat. Aft of this is a wet bar housing an ice maker and a drinks fridge facilitating service to the square dining table which has built in seating on three sides. The forward area has a large permanent bimini to provide shade for the captain and the dining area.
There are floodlights and speakers built into the bimini as well as low level deck lighting. The davit crane is lying fore and aft to enable the launch of the two tenders. To Starboard aft is the staircase down to the aft deck. The raised pilot house is spacious for a vessel of this size and is well laid out. There are stairs leading down to both the port ad starboard companion ways for easy circulation of guests and crew. The aft main deck is spacious and mostly covered overhead. There are two bench seats Port and Starboard, a circular dining table as well as two service areas; one has a sink and the other houses the ice maker and a drinks fridge. The saloon is accessed via sliding doors from the aft deck. Aft on the Port side is the owner's desk, forward of which is a large L-shaped sofa and coffee table. Opposite is another sofa as well as two arm chairs. A TV cabinet is on the Starboard side for easy viewing from the large sofa. The open plan dining area is forward of the saloon. The Starboard companionway leads to the raised wheelhouse and the stairs down to the guest cabins. Forward of this is a dayhead and the entrance to the owner’s suite. The owner's suite comprises of a large double bed facing forward, with nightstands and Port and Starboard small sofas, as well as two independent "his and hers" walk in closets. There is ample storage space provided by cabinets with drawers. On the forward bulkhead there is also a vanity/writing desk. Aft are "his and hers" washrooms with separate WCs, sinks and a shared central stall shower. The suite has ample light from generous side windows. The forward guest cabins comprise of two identical twin bedded cabins with generous sized beds as well as an additional pullman in each. Both cabins have generous closet space as well as ample drawers for storage. They also have a desk/vanity unit in each cabin. The ensuites provide a WC, sink and stall shower.
The forward double guest cabin has a large double bed, a walk-in hanging closet and additional storage as well as a vanity/writing desk. The ensuite bathroom has a WC, sink and stall shower. The VIP suite is accessed via a separate stairway located in the aft port corner of the main saloon giving it total privacy from other guests on board. The suite is full beam and is extremely generous in size. It has tremendous hanging space as well as cabinets and additional drawers for storage. On the Starboard side is a sofa whilst opposite, to Port under the portholes, is a vanity/writing desk. The suite boasts a “his and hers” bathroom, both of which have a separate WC and sink, and they share a central stall shower in a similar arrangement to that of the master cabin. The crew areas are accessed via the Port side deck, where you enter a passageway and go directly to the raised pilot house or forward to the galley. The galley is well-equipped and well laid out, and has been fitted out so as to cater for a full house with ample refrigeration and cooking facilities.
A stairway leads down to the crew area which has a mess table and small crew galley. There is a captain’s cabin to Starboard with a small desk and ensuite. There are two bunk bedded cabins forward; each of which have their own ensuite bathrooms. The Starboard cabin also has a ladder leading to a deck hatch allowing for fresh air and also a second means of circulation direct to the fore deck.