At 281 (85.6m) feet and 2,998 tons, this Cakewalk surpasses her four predecessors in size and is the largest yacht built in the U.S. since the 1930s, and possibly the biggest ever built in the United States when measured by volume. Step aboard, and you sense something grand has happened...
MAIN DECK: The elegant swirl of the central stair case majestically ascending four decks from the main, sets the inviting and expansive tone. Grandeur is matched equally with graciousness and warmth from the stunning dining rotunda to the rosewood-paneled library. CAKEWALK extends to her guests a peerless level of comfort.
OWNER'S DECK: Among the six cascading deck's is the owner's seven-room sanctuary whose focal point
is the theater room paneled in cerused oak. The tone is of casual elegance. The owner's deck is a place for family gatherings both inside and out, with CAKEWALK's premier outdoor dining area at one end of the deck and spa at the other end.
BRIDGE DECK: Casual kicks in and kicks back, punctuated by the pecky-cyprus ceiling and rattan furnishings in the Bridge Deck card room. It is on this deck that the heartbeat of this superyacht can be seen in action. On deck are the commanding bridge, captain's office, crew's office and radio room. Aboard CAKEWALK, state-of-the-art navigation and security systems are the status quo.
SUN DECK: CAKEWALK is legendary for making al fresco fabulous for worshiping the sun and communing with the sea. The Sun Deck is replete with observation chairs, whirlpool spa, and bar. Spacious side decks imbue CAKEWALK with the feel of a grand promenade.
LOWER & BOTTOM DECKS: The 15-cabin crew quarters - the industry's leading crew facilities - are spacious and comfortable, with two mess areas and a gym. IOm the soundproofed engine room, every pipe and wire is visible for quick maintenance. Welcome to well-engineered engineering!