Many requests for more interior shots have led to this, the start of many interior shots of various of our designs. While the exterior shots are always available beginners to the sailing life often want to see below decks to see just how much internal room is on various size boats. These shots are of a Roberts 35, a very good cruising design that, with the centre cockpit configuration as this yacht has, still has full headroom in the aft cabin, something that many modern cruising designs in this size range fail to deliver. Thanks to Chris and Liz for allowing us to show their boat.
The Roberts 35
Canvas spray dodger giving plenty of protection to the helmsperson and enabling the companionway to remain open in all but the absolutely worst conditions or when running with rain..
Looking forward into the main salon. Note the drop leaf table. Both side are designed to drop.
Storage lockers either side of the main salon area for light goods.
Note both leafs of the table are now down.
Looking over the galley area. Plate rack and cups hanging on there hooks.
Looking back from the forward cabin. Companionway centre, galley to starboard with access passageway to aft cabin and nav station to port with head and shower behind.
Galley and passageway area.
Looking through passageway from aft cabin past the fridge/freezer and galley into main salon.
Head and shower compartment. This can be accessed from both the main salon and aft cabin.
The aft cabin. Plenty of room here.
Ready to go.