The 118' Southern Way
The Southern Way is a yachtfisher with four staterooms, a large salon and galley, a raised pilothouse and an open-air flybridge. Specs include 3,000 HP from twin MTUs, 6,100 gallons of fuel, 840 gallons of water and twin Northern Lights gen sets at 65 kw each. Dimensions are 118'0" length, 25'0" beam and 5'10" draft.
Entering the spacious salon, there are two sofas to the left and two comfortable arm chairs around a coffee table. The free-standing floor to ceiling entertainment center has a TV that hides away to allow visual contact with the dining area forward. The dining room is fully surrounded by elegant cabinets of dark wood. Stairs from the salon on the starboard side lead down to the master stateroom. Forward of the dining room, the large galley is nearly the full width of the boat, with everything needed for gourmet meals. A center island has extra storage and a counter area with barstools for casual get togethers. Stairs lead up to the pilothouse, with its twin helm chairs, raised seating area with table, computer desk, and entry doors to either side's covered walkway. Aft stairs take you up to the flybridge, while forward stairs go down to the two guest staterooms, the captain's stateroom, crew's lounge and foc'sle berths.
Enter from the boarding step through the transom door to the cockpit area, with its twin live bait tanks and deck hatch for the fish hold. The storage area forward holds fishing tackle, dive gear and has a hatch that covers the stairs accessing the engine room. Two curved staircases bring you to the California deck, where a large central table is surrounded by chairs for fresh air entertaining. There's access to covered walkways on both sides, and a set of stairs leads up to the boat deck. Two boats, a 14.5' Noverania and a 22' fishing boat are standing by to be launched by the telescoping hydraulic davit. The locker storage just forward, holds rods, reels and fishing tackle. To starboard is a sink, counter, fridge and icemaker. Three helm seats provide super viewing at the control center. And remote steering stations on the outer edges provide added visibility during docking. A sliding hatch above a stairway door on the starboard side provides pilothouse access.