(1) Crew's quarters with two 6-foot 7-inch foam rubber bunks; head under seat.
(2) Owner's air-conditioned stateroom, with two right-angled 6-foot 6-inch bunks, 9 large drawers, dressing table, head and shower.
(3) Two Chrysler 225-hp V-8 engines, giving top forward speed of 24 knots, maximum RPM 4,200.
(4) 120-gallon fresh water tank.
(5) Three gas tanks, total capacity 315 gallons, allow cruising range of 15 hours.
(6) Twin 21-by-24 propellers and twin rudders give top maneuverability.
(7) Extreme V bottom with deep forefoot and weight concentrated aft make boat stable and seaworthy.
(8) Transom door 36 by 20 inches, offset to prevent tangle with chair while boating fish.
(9) Gaff racks; rod holders in coaming, rod storage in deck house; live bait well under deck.
(10) Removable fighting chair with rod holders in quick-freeing, jam-proof gimbals; adjustable footrest, removable back.
(11) Cockpit 100 square feet; electrically refrigerated bait box under coaming.
(12) Cockpit controls for use while fighting or boating a fish.
(13) Lounge with plastic-covered foam cushions; air conditioning unit under seat.
(14) Television set.
(15) Radio direction finder.
(16) Flying bridge controls.
(17) 12-foot spruce gin pole with 100-watt floodlight on top.
(18) 36-foot braced aluminum outriggers for skipping baits well out of wake.
(19) Aluminum tower with platform 24 feet above water has full set of controls; affords excellent visibility for spotting fish.
(20) 14-foot spruce mast with spotter's seat.
(21) A compact but unusually efficient galley on starboard side (see insert): wall oven with a two-burner gas stove; 11-cubic-foot icebox with 100-pound-capacity freezer above.