Interior design is based on insert furnishing which consists of bottom module in a form of molder under the berths, galley, toilet and roof liner. It impresses with the simplicity combined with ergonomics.
On the portside, there is a galley equipped with a two-ring stove on gimbals, a sink, two cupboards and a fridge compartment. The rest of the space is filled with a short berth with an easy access to the table. Above the berth, there can either be shelves or cupboards. In the room of the bow, there is a specious berth which is separated from a mess, dependably on the costumers’ choice, with a half-bulkhead or a bulkhead with a sliding door. On the starboard, there is a long berth in a mess room. It is designed to accommodate one person or two people (when unfolded). Above the berth, there can either be shelves or cupboards. In the center, there is a big, comfortable table which makes it possible for the whole crew to eat at the same time. Moreover, on the starboard there is a toilet. It is a spacious toilet compartment whose laminated insert reaches up the ceiling, which eliminates every possibility of water soaking. There is enough space either for chemical or sea toilet. It is optional to install a shower while washbasin and cupboards for toilet accessories are standard. The culmination of the interior is its specious hundberth. In the design version B, under the companionway there is a free space where a stationary engine can be fitted. Plywood furnishing can be made of any type of wood, in any arrangement. The interior can be furnished with an exclusion of a module element of a customer’s choice or with the entire resignation from the laminated module furnishing.
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