I like color renderings. As a student I was a pencil and paper drawing guy with aspirations in the field of architecture and so I truly appreciate the skills required to create a rendering such as this one. I also like renderings because they take an inanimate object and bring it to life.
The updated interior drawing shown here depicts a new owner's stateroom in the bow of the boat with a full qqueen sized island berth. To port is a full head and shower and to starboard a large hanging locker space. The main cabin bulkhead has been shifted aft as has the starboard side settee. This shift has reduced the physical size of the chart table but with today's electronics, the chart table no longer needs to be the large space that it once was.
In her galley a passageway has been created to provide direct access to the sail/mechanical locker where a top loading freezer and the optional gen set will reside. There will be space here as well for bulk storage of galley supplies. And in her galley there will be no more diving into the ice box as the fridges installed on the 456 are stainless steel drawer style units.
Hull #1 is starting soon and her first show will be the Annapolis Sailboat Show in October.