The wide beam of the Sun Magic 47, affords an airy appointment in which nothing is out of place. The lateral beaming of the coachroof gives a particular character to the saloon which hails back to the days of wooden construction with beaming extending from the floor beams. The double series of horizontal screens offer exceptional natural lighting. The overall finish of the Sun Kiss 47 is superb with its genuine teak woodwork and solidwood mouldings. The saloon leads onto the 2 cabins (4 in the team version). The ample headroom of the aft cabins, the uncluttered entry, the double ventilators, good stowage shelves, separate head/washbasin hanging lockers and direct access to the central head compartment; all these features contribute to comfort of those aboard. The owner's cabin is appointed over the whole width of the forward beam (double berth, writing-desk unit, 2 cabins in the team version). The vast head compartment forward is for the exclusive use of the residents. The immense sail locker forward is accessible from the deck by side-ladder The saloon, along traditional lines, remains the pleasant centrepiece of the yacht, its spacious living-area surrounding the central table with its slightly oval lines which separate bookshelf unit above the bar, the broad chart table, the ingenious electric panel, the clever little touches in the set-black gallery and the sailboat's numerous stowage lockers
- On an unit of this size, everything must be provided for long cruises: 620 litre stainless steel freshwater tanks, powerful alternator for the inboard and engine batteries, provision for 220-volt quayside power supply, without forgetting the yard-fitted stereo.