Interesting to note that the con for the boat--that is, the steering and controls--are on the upper deck. Never in my recollection of the series was the boat ever unmoored and taken out on open water. Instead, the upper deck was transformed into the bar area--a modification which I heartily support. Although at high noon in Miami, iced martinis on the open deck may have been an nearly impossible feat. I was also fascinated by the large picture windows on each side and on the prow of the boat--all sporting decorative window boxes with plants. This was not a vessel designed to ever hit the high seas. At best, it could perhaps float a few feet to a new mooring spot. Still, I would've given my eye teeth to spend some time on it.