Anchored on the ICW, Amarok has a shallow draft and can travel on inland waterways and across oceans. Active stabilizers smooth the passage on rough seas. Amarok has a range of more than 2400 miles--enough to travel from San Franciso to Hawaii.
Most travel underway is spent in the Pilot House which is designed for comfort and control. Reverse-strake windows reduce glare and thick tempered glass can withstand spray and waves.
Four Simrad MFD's are used to manage dual-band radar, sonar, auto-pilot navigation, cameras in the engine room and infrared for nighttime AIS and other functions. Manual steering, anchor, communications and secondary engine controls are controlled here.
The gallay is fully functional with a stove, oven, microwave, refrigerators and freezers and a trash compactor--which is great for wast management while underway.
The common living area is the full beam of the boat and has plenty of storage and seating. The galley is part of this space.
A Lugger L668D diesel engine is the primary equipment in this room. The wing engine (backup to Lugger), generator, electrical, cooling and stabilizers are also here.