Eleonora’s interior is traditional, following N.G. Herreshoff’s plans, fully panelled in mahogany. She sleeps eight guests in three spacious double cabins and one twin cabin. The bathrooms are fitted out in marble. Air conditioning and heating is individually controlled in each cabin.
Accessible via the companionway from the deck it occupies the full width of the yacht’s aft and is well illuminated by portholes and a large skylight.
Spacious and light, this stateroom is fitted with large double berth, fitted wardrobes, dressing table and seating area with an office desk.
The adjoining luxurious bathroom includes a bathtub with a shower.
Port Double Stateroom
On the port side with access from the companionway, this cabin comprises a large double berth, office desk, wardrobe, bedside cabinet drawers and en suite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet.
Amidships with access from the companionway, with two single berths, wardrobe, drawers, bedside cabinet and desk, and en suite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet.
Amidships with access from the companionway with large double berth, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bureau and settee, and en suite bathroom with shower, basin and toilet.
Amidships with access from the companionway. The saloon spans the full beam of the yacht, is well illuminated by a large skylight and portholes, and has mahogany dining table seating up to eight guests.
On starboard side are card tables, settee and state of the art entertainment system. At the entrance is a bar with refrigerator.
On the starboard side, opposite the owner’s stateroom, it comprises a single berth, wardrobe and chest of drawers, en suite bathroom with basin, shower and toilet. The captain’s cabin is located next to the navigation station equipped with state of the art instruments and technology.
Forward of the saloon, accessible from the crew companionway. Eleonora’s large all stainless steel galley is fully equipped with modern appliances including a large oven, microwave, grill, coffee machine, ice maker, extractor, dishwasher, refrigeration equipment, and ample storage space.
Eight crew berths in three cabins forward, all accessible through a separate crew companionway, with two bathrooms with basin, shower and toilet. A crew mess with television is situated in the crew area as well as the laundry and storage space.