Every boat that we have created has had a design that is unique to the living requirements of our clients: Some have 2 bedrooms, others have a main bathroom plus an additional cloakroom cum laundry facility, sometimes the back deck leads into a bedroom, sometimes it leads into the galley cum living area.
The options are endless as we sit down with you, discuss your needs and preferences, then create an initial layout concept before you. Once you are happy with the basic idea, we then draw it properly on a CAD system to be sure that all requirements will fit effectively into the layout.
Here is a small sample of some of the initial layouts that we have put together in this way.
Interior for 57’ cruiser stern with 2 bedrooms
Interior for 60' traditional narrowboat with boatman’s cabin and engine room.
Interior for 55' semi-traditional narrow boat, giving sheltered storage and seating around the engine compartment.
Interior for 65’ cruiser stern with extensive living area that offers sleeping accommodation for 4, plus the master bedroom for 2
Interior for 62'cruiser stern with 2 bedrooms and large galley.
Interior for 65' cruiser stern with 2 bathrooms and second bedroom that features futon sofa to create an additional day room.
Interior for 52'cruiser stern with separate toilet cubicle and bath.