Regardless of the dimensions, boat interiors are increasingly bigger and more comfortable.
Big inside. That’s one of the latest trends showed by many models exhibited at the autumn Cannes and Genoa boat shows. When buying a boat for cruising purposes, the need for an abundant interior space with a right proportion to the overall length has always been prominent. But now, in many modern boats, the volumes and the number of rooms are “higher than their own category”, especially when compared with previous-generation models.
All promotional slogans aside, however, contemporary boats are actually stunning with the abundance of spaces they offer to their owners, guests and crew (when the latter is required). No matter if, sometimes, this abundance results into strange and poorly fascinating exterior lines.
What is offered inside is not worth a Design Award and people are more interested in what they can see from the inside than what can be seen from the outside. Of course, this reasoning does not apply to all the boats equipped with hypertrophic interiors. Many of them are really successful.
For those with less fascinating exterior lines, instead, the trick is the following: to use a beautiful bow (after all, boats are often docked side by side) and distract the viewer with an unxpected living room. The juxtaposition of these two elements results into an important success chance.