Crew Cabin aboard cruise catamarans

Crew cabins on board modern cruise catamarans

The modern catamarans are equipped with every comfort for a comfortable and relaxing holiday. They are usually equipped with 4 double cabins and 2 or 4 bathrooms to which are added 1 or 2 additional cabins dedicated to the crew.
Crew cabins are usually only accessible from the outside via an porthole at the extreme bow.

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In some models of catamarans the foredeck are then set up with a bed to give the skipper a dedicated space, in some cases raising the bed we find a toilet with a small sink. In case the cabin is not equipped with toilet the skipper must be able to use the guest bathrooms.
These small cabins are equipped with a bed that occupies their entire length, with access from the outside through a porthole placed on the catamaran deck. A small shelf and an internal ventilation window complete the cabins.

In exceptional cases and only on request it will be possible to use one of the two crew cabins for one guest.
Remember that the crew cabin is a solution with a level of comfort much lower than the interior cabins.

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Other names that can be used for these cabins: crew cabin, skipper cabin, skipper cabin, bow cabin (not to be confused with the Bunk cabins that identify bunk cabins for guests with access from inside)