The use of uncommon finish materials in the cabin's interior design blows away the competition. The cabin sole is a dark, grainy hardwood. Doors and cabinets are rich walnut, opt for a brushed stainless-steel counter ($4,686). The cabin is illuminated by portholes and deadlights (that's fixed windows to the nautically challenged), as well as by skylights and hatches in the deck. At night, a combination of direct and indirect LED lighting provides warm illumination.
Now let's prove how much volume the Wide-Tech Bow hull adds to the cabin. The 400 Premiere has two heads. Forward you'll find separate toilet and shower rooms, and aft is a single head with a shower stall. Although the decor is cool, the real surprise comes when you open a cabinet. There's enough depth to stow folded towels, not rolled ones. And when you open the head door, it swings wide so you don't need to slip through it sideways. The hanging locker is huge and cedar-lined. The 400 Premiere cabin is bigger than the cabins I've seen on some 45' cruisers.