The elegant interiors
It's a commonplace that the interiors of vintage sailing boats are uncomfortable.
Knuddel is a boat born for a few Gentlemen at a time when yachting was truly an exclusive activity: a 15-meter yacht was even a "thing for the rich".
They were sailors, sportsmen, but surely accustomed to comfort.
In fact, if we look carefully below deck, Knuddel shows a "day part" under the large and high deckhouse, very bright and made up of a spacious NOT passing dinette, a "U" kitchen with two refrigerators in the cockpit, the chart table ( true, as was once used) and a large wardrobe.
A few steps and descend into the "sleeping area":
- on the left two large bunks for skipper and one eventual crew person
- a double cabin to starboard with bathroom included
- a daouble bad cabin in the bow
- two bathrooms: the one of starboard with hot shower
The boat therefore comfortably accommodates 4 people plus two (skipper and eventual hostess). You can add two people (or even two childs) in the bunks transformsing the saloon into a bed for the skipper.
Teak wood everywhere and white: elegance and brightness.
The details and the beauty of the design are visible in the photos.
We would like to thank Annafabi for all interior photos
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