Implementation of cabin crew for Van der Valk Shipyard: project 111.11.
Implementation of cabin crew
PROJECT 111.11 VAN DER VALK SHIPYARD
In progress cabin crew project 111.11 for Van der Valk Shipyard. At this moment, the preparations have begun.
At this moment, the preparations have started. The preparatory discussions have been completed, and the crew cabin has been measured. So now we can proceed with detailed construction drawings. The crew cabin is prefabricated in our workshop.
Client: Van der Valk Shipyard
Exterior design: Guido de Groot Design
Interior design: Carla Guilhem Design
Marine architecture: Jaron Ginton & Diana Yacht Design
The sky lounge will have an asymmetric semi-full-beam layout to stay below 300 gross tons volume This allows the ship to be built under full commercial charter class without the need for a rescue tender/davit, and it also provides a walkway from the bridge to the aft deck, avoiding the need for the crew to pass through the lounge.
As Project 111.11 is more of an exploratory journey in terms of design, considerable attention is being given to storage and waste facilities. All spaces beneath the sun loungers and sofas will be utilized.
The full-beam master suite will feature a spacious walk-in wardrobe aft with a chute leading directly to the laundry station on the lower deck.
The lower deck features a very large washer/dryer capacity and a passage from the laundry to the guest corridor, requiring a watertight bulkhead door for damage stability reasons.