Length w/ Pulpit:
The Sundance 5600 Pilothouse was the largest boat in the growing Navigator fleet when she was introduced in 1993. An enlarged version of her smaller sistership, the Sundance 5300, the additional length of the Sundance 5600 is found in her larger salon dimensions. The Sundance floorplan differs from that of most pilothouse yachts in that the galley is on the pilothouse level rather than in the main salon. The full beam salon of the Sundance is surprisingly spacious in spite of a modest 15-foot beam. For privacy, the master stateroom is accessed directly from the salon (rather than from the forward companionway), and because there is no pilothouse bulkhead, the helmsman has a good view aft. A dinette is opposite the galley in the wheelhouse, and a nearby ladder leads up to the bi-level flybridge with its wraparound guest seating and dinghy storage. Additional features include port/starboard pilothouse doors, large engine room (accessed from a cockpit hatch), maple cabinets and interior trim, and a roomy cockpit with lazarette storage and transom door, but no flybridge access. Volvo 430hp diesels cruise at 1718 knots (about 20 top).