|Location:||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
|Water Tank Capacity:||75 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||38 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||15 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||897 Hours|
The interior of Aurora is very well thought out and yet simple. Starting forward is to single berths that can be made into a large V berth by using the insert. There are lockers for storage and drawers for clothes under in the forward part of the berth. There are an opening hatch and hull ports for ventilation.
Moving aft is the private head to port. It has numerous lockers, a new Jabsco marine toilet, a mirror, and a sink with pressure water. Across from the head are two hanging lockers.
Next, we reach the main salon which features two comfortable berths on port and starboard. They are long enough to sleep on and make terrific sea berths while underway.
Outboard behind the port berth is a bookshelf with a louvered locker at both ends of the shelf. There is also a beautiful folding teak table with two leaves that flip up for entertaining. The is good lighting and ventilation from an opening hatch and side ports. In colder climes, she has a beautiful Dickenson Newport fireplace. The galley is aft to port and will be described later.
Across is the forward-facing, opening chart table with chartplotter, 12/110v electrical panels, VHF radio, Heart Interface inverter/charger, and multi-display.
And finally, the is a comfortable quarter berth to port which would make an excellent sea berth while underway.
The galley aboard Aurora is off to port next to the companionway stairs.