Saloon, Galley and Navigation Station

One of the problems in outfitting a saloon in a small boat is where to place the table without restricting access. I like my solution which also provides storage for the wine bottle and glasses, sauce bottles etc.The head has to be a chemi-toilet to comply with lake regulations.

Still under construction

Finished. Chemi-toilet in forepeak

The galley lies aft of the main bulkhead and like all small boats is very restricted. A Taylor paraffin 2 burner and grill sits under a removable worktop with stowage behind and forward under the worktop. A very small sink doubles as a step down from the cockpit.
The compressor fridge lies under the forward bridge-deck and can be easily accessed from the galley.

Stove under removable worktop. Storage under fwd.

Nav. Station
The chart table is sized for a once folded admiralty chart with chart stowage under. The control panel includes a navigation computer with a comprehensive chart folio and access to information from the Raymarine Seatalk instruments. Future plans include systems info. ie. motor batteries, etc.

Chart storage under chart-table


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