Rich mahogany paneling and furniture, brass portholes and detailed marquetry provide comfortable and well-designed accommodations for up to 5 guests in 3 well-appointed cabins.

Bird's eye maple inlays and a solid red oak parquet cabin sole runs throughout the yacht, with the occasional Persian carpet complementing her rich mahogany paneling.

The unusually light Main Salon offers dining for 8 people and the original chairs, table and an intricate hatch to the adjacent Galley are amongst the features from a past era that still remain. In fact, rumor has it the intricate wood paneling in the Salon comes from the very carriage on the Orient Express where the cease-fire was agreed that ended World War 1.

Sincerity’s aft cabin has a double bunk to starboard, a single bunk to port and a personal wash basin, which is recessed into the original vanity. The cabin is very spacious, accented with a large overhead skylight, which provides plenty of light and air.

The starboard cabin has two large portholes, both of which can be fully opened. An intricate ventilation hatch into the deckhouse also provides a steady flow of fresh air throughout the cabin.

There is also a large 8ft single bed to starboard, commonly used as a double, and a single athwart ship.

A crew of four occupies the forepeak, forward of the galley, allowing excellent service with maximum privacy for the guests.

One of the most enchanting places to relax is in the spacious deckhouse, where you have full view of your surroundings in old world luxury and comfort. If the weather prohibits an outdoor setting, then this is the ideal place to curl up with a good book or sip sunset cocktails.

Another wonderful feature is the large dining table on deck for 8-10 people.