Luxury Yachting: Most of us like a little, or a lot, of luxury when we travel but sometimes you can't leave work at home so you're stuck in a cramped "business center" with oftentimes antiquated technology. Who needs that when you can have your very own boardroom built into your private yacht. Designed with the discriminating American customer in mind, Alloy Yachts' Janice of Wyoming, features a flexible deck and interior arrangement perfect for family, formal entertaining and business use. The interior is elegantly appointed in walnut with detailed moldings; a large deck saloon accommodates two generous dining tables and the enclosed saloon below desk offers extensive visibility. From the saloon heading aft there are two guest cabins, each with a private ensuite. The owner's stateroom aft includes a dressing room, office and private access to the cockpit, with the master bedroom finished in marble.
For important business matters, the Janice of Wyoming offers practical features, such as the sound proofed panel that separates the gourmet galley from the dining saloon may be lowered with a touch of a button and sophisticated electronic package, which allows you to conduct videoconference meetings while on board from many locations around the world. Your crew accommodations include six rooms plus the ship's office, separate laundry facilities and crew dining area. Janice of Wyoming has a cruising speed of 12 knots and a range of 2,500nm.
For LxM Amy Covington