Implementation of cabin crew for Van der Valk Shipyard: project Samba.
Implementation of cabin crew
PROJECT SAMBA VAN DER VALK SHIPYARD
In progress cabin crew project Samba for Van der Valk Shipyard. At the moment, preparations have started.
At the moment, preparations have started. The cabin crew is being prefabricated in our workshop.
Client: Van der Valk Shipyard
Exterior and Interior Design : Guido de Groot Design
Marine architecture: Jaron Ginton & Diana Yacht Design
A large rear deck with a relaxation lounge zone featuring a spacious sofa towards the rear, and a formal dining table for alfresco lunches and dinners.
The lower deck will feature an impressive beach club with a chill-out space, sauna, day head, and ample washer/dryer capacity for towels. Additional space will become available in the garage once the William Sportjet 395 tender is launched.
The galley will be frequently used by the owners and features ample workspace along with a kitchen island. Air extractors will be embedded in the ceiling in front of both doors to the galley to ensure that no culinary aromas reach elsewhere on the ship.
A central staircase with a single large column that traverses from the lower deck to the bridge deck serves as its own piece of art and optimizes freedom of movement throughout the yacht.