Although the bare aluminum exterior is functional it also works aesthetically. One of the keys to this are stainless steel details which offset the bare aluminum. As Circa have their own stainless fabrication facility, it provides a wonderful opportunities to demonstrate their prowess in this regard.
The first photo is of the swim step area.
Moving forward, the stainless companionway to the flying bridge. Note the tread details.
Speaking of access to the fly bridge, this forward ladder is hinged on top and flips up and out of the view field of the interior.
The railings surrounding the flying bridge are nicely executed.
The foremast is a complex structure with lots going on (which we will discuss in a separate blog). The key thing for us is it gets its job done yet blends in unobtrusively with the rest of the boat).
Finally, a couple of photos of the side boarding gates.
Note the flat plate bales to which the lifelines attach. These are far stronger than wire bales, and have been a standard detail for us since we started in the business 30 years ago.