Tuesday, August 11, 2015

5 DIFFERENT BATHROOMS FROM YACHTS


The more different types of boats, the more different space allocations, designs and areas...
And of course bathrooms are one of these areas, that vary a lot from one boat to the other.
Let's have a look at some different examples...


This is the bathroom of a 16,7 m long Beneteau. The photo is taken from above, because that's the only way to see the whole area! You may wonder how this space would be enough for a bathroom, but believe me, its quite sufficient! The smallest possible area for a wc, washbasin, shower area and even some storage area!
What more could we ask for?


And here is a bathroom from a 60m motoryacht, Excellence V. Better to say, this is only one of the many bathrooms in the yacht...
Covered in marble from floor to ceiling, bathtub, shower area, seperated wc unit and so on...
They are very different from each other, right? But they both are floating.
It would be good to point out that these marbles are not as thick as the ones that are used in the houses. These thin marbles have a honeycomb structure behind, which enables them to be around 1/3 lighter in weight...


Majesty is a 47 meter long motoryacht. It's visible that she is a more modern yacht than Excellence V. Although marble is used here as well, the amount used is much less and more balanced with other materials and colors.
  


Here is a Riva Boat, named Florida, with a total length of 26 meters. A much more modern interpretation, clean-cut finishes, light and fresh colors...
The wide porthole is a big luck to have in the bathroom with all the light emitted inside the area. And since no mirrors could be placed above the washbasin, they are placed on both sides of the counter... 


This is a very classical interpretation of a bathroom, placed in 116 meter long motoryacht Turama.
Unfortunately the use of marble is highly exaggerated, as it generally believed to be the symbol of richness.  

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