Radiance was designed by American Tom Fexus and built in Australia by Southern Cross Boat Builders launching 2006.
Construction of the hull, decks and super structure are of GRP. The internal structure is of plywood and GRP, fiberglass taped to the hull. Propulsion is via twin inboard diesel engines to shaft drives.
The exterior from aft has a boarding platform. A transom access door leads into the lazarette. Forward again is the engine compartment. Amidships is a raised coach house with an open flybridge above. Side decks with high bulwarks lead to the foredeck and anchoring systems. At the exterior starboard coach house is a day head.
The interior from aft, has an upper deck. To port is a large settee with a stand-alone table. Opposite is an entertainment centre. Forward again, is the galley to port with a dining settee and stand-alone table opposite. At the forward upper deck is a dedicated bridge and lower helm position.
A stairwell to starboard leads to the lower deck. The lower deck from aft, has a cabin athwartships with a double island berth. Moving forward and to starboard, is a head/shower unit. Forward of this is a laundry installation. Opposite is a cabin with single bunks and a double berth, with a head/shower unit forward. Again, moving forward, is a cabin with berthage in a v-configuration. At extreme forward is the anchor locker with both external and internal access
Powered by twin 420hp turbo Iveco motors with very low hours, additional bow and stern thrusters, she is easy and comfortable to manoeuvre. The interior is Indulgent, particularly the stunning detail of the timber work which has an elegant super yacht finish.