The 111' Illusion
The Illusion is a raised pilothouse yachtfisher with six staterooms, a large salon, galley, pilothouse, flybridge and a crows nest steering station for fish spotting and control. Specs include 3,200 HP from twin CATs, 7,000 gallons of fuel, 800 gallons of water and twin Northern Lights gen sets at 65 kw each. Dimensions are 110'10" length, 25'0" beam and 5'11" draft.
As you enter the salon from the California deck, there's a sofa and four comfortable armchairs on your left, plus a table with chairs and built-in wraparound seating for eight on your right, and an entertainment center with a large popup TV. The galley is forward and to port, and offers a double sink, advanced cooktop, counters on four sides and plenty of refrigeration space. Up two steps is the pilothouse with three helm chairs, a raised settee with two tables, and access doors to both covered walkways. Stairs forward and to port lead down to the captain's stateroom with ensuite head, and two crew staterooms with three berths total and a shared head. Opposite the galley are the stairs down to the mid-ship full beam master stateroom and two guest staterooms, all with ensuite heads.
Pass through the transom door from the boarding step and onto the cockpit. A large fighting chair and twin 200 gallon bait tanks let you know this is a boat for fishing. The storage area forward includes a hatch that protects stairs down to the work shop and engine room. Twin curve staircases lead up to the California deck, with rod and reel storage cabinets overhead, and stairs on the port side taking you up to the boat deck. The 18' Nautica RIB is ready to be launched by the davit, and the open-air flybridge is forward. Three helm chairs, a settee with storage under and a table, are on hand for relaxing. Nearby is a sink, refrigerator and icemaker. A ladder forward of the shoreboat gives you access to the crow's nest command center. From the flybridge, stairs take you down to the starboard side pilothouse door.