Several people have asked for pictures of the interior of the boat. We’ve shown a number of pictures of exterior, but not many of the living area inside. So… here it is. We are really quite comfortable and so thankful for God’s provision of adequately spacious accommodations. Originally, we were looking at catamarans in the 38′-39′ range, but decided that since this was going to be our home, not just a periodic getaway, we wanted to be comfortable. Lagoons are noted for their relative spaciousness.
Looking down the owner’s hull toward our bedroom. (The entire port hull is dedicated to an owner’s suite.)
Our Berth. The tapestry adorning the wall over our bed is a replica of a section of the Bayeux Tapestry chronicling the victory of William the Conqueror over Harold in the Battle of Hastings, 1066. We picked this up in Bayeux, France a couple of years ago. Interestingly, the wording (in Latin) of this section reads, “In a big ship…”
Looking the other way down the owner’s hull at our bathroom (head) and separate shower.
The guest bedroom in the aft starboard hull
Looking down the hall of the starboard hull at the second guest bedroom. Each bedroom has its own head and shower.
One of the guest heads
Our salon. One of the most desired features of Beatitude is the 360-degree panoramic view from the salon. It also lets in a flood of light.
A view from the salon, looking across the galley (kitchen) and out onto the cockpit
Although not technically an interior picture, this shows part of our outdoor living area under a hardtop bimini. Our spacious cockpit and helm station.