Wilderness Beaver Boat

(Typical interior layout)

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Looking towards the bow, from the rear deck

The lounge area is at the bow of the boat. This quickly converts to seat four at meal times. For night time use an in-fill converts the two side seats into a double bed (sleeping across the boat) or can be kept as two singles. Water is stored under the floor at the bow of the boat in a flexible membrane. We have installed a Truma gas powered blown warm air system. The unit is easily accommodated in the base of the wardrobe and ducts warm air to both the front and rear cabins.

Port, looking aft. A large storage cupboard, a full size cooker, and wardrobe comprise the front section of the boat. The rear cabin comprises two single berths, or converts to a double, using an in-fill. The wardrobe and toilet doors fold outwards to separate the two cabins for night time privacy.

A 4 hob gas cooker with grill and oven The wardrobe also houses the blown air heater

Stainless steel sink, Paloma water heater and gas refrigerator Toilet compartment  / shower cubicle

Starboard, looking aft. There is additional storage under the stainless steel sink unit. A gas powered Electrolux refrigerator (converted by Ian Graham) complies with Boat Safety regulations. The toilet area doubles as a shower compartment. Hot water is via a Paloma water heater.

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