Preparing for the more detailed design, construction and engineering work on the 40′ Pocket Pilot House cruising yacht, we would like to share a few interior layout examples.
There will be two basic layouts, depending on where the galley is placed.
Pushing the galley a little forward could be seen as a classic layout – at least in some respects.
Offering a nav station with a full view forward, this will serve well as an office or an inside steering position. I am sure this will be a favourite place for keeping a watch, with throttle and autopilot controls at hand and its rotating seat at the same level as the sofa opposite.
The galley has its own dedicated space, with a wonderful ambience and good room for two persons cooking. From the galley you will have an unobstructed view through the yacht, from bow to stern, through the side windows, while being at the same eye level as somebody sitting at the table.
– Same but Completely Different –
With the galley in the pilot house, right inside the glass wall, it is possible also to offer a more private lower salon with an L-shaped sofa, a small coffee table, television screen and bookshelves. The sofa / settee may be nice to use also as a day bed or sea berth.
– Other Areas –
There are different alternatives also for the owner’s state room, the guest state room and access to the bathroom. All these versions are equally open and airy, lovely for being with friends or family or resting in more cosy privacy.
Regardless of layout chosen, the PPH will offer generous room for your everyday needs. Her inside volume will be more like those of a 55 ft yacht.
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