Almost ready: Pictures

View of BioTrek from a restaurant in the port.

July 19, 2019, La Grande Motte France.  We will be vacating our apartment Saturday July 20 to move aboard BioTrek.  I took the pictures pasted below on Monday. Yesterday and today is a flurry of activity to get everything finished. Tomorrow we will bring champagne (Veuve Clicquot) , sheets,  pillows and  the dog. We plan to sleep on the boat after a small christening ceremony. On Saturday we will move everything from the apartment and from our storage locker onto the boat. Goodbye living in a house!

Cockpit of BioTrek – cushions not yet on the benches. Table folds out. Winches are electric.
Port helm station. There is a helm station on each side of the boat.
The salon has a fold-out table that can be lowered to make a bed. The drawer refrigerators are on the port side, as is the freezer.
View of salon showing the navigation station.
No propane gas in the galley! The galley has an induction stove-top, convection-microwave oven, double sink and plenty of storage. The ability to use safe induction cooking is thanks to Pierre’s customized battery power.
Guest cabin aft starboard side. Some of cushions for the cockpit are on the bed.
Forward guest room, starboard side. The bed is a bit higher to make it wider, and can be folded back to convert to a desk. You can just see the desk seat below the bed in this picture.
Guest shower – starboard side. The toilet is in a separate cabin with a similar sink, on the guest side.
Master stateroom and Lisa’s desk. For now all the cockpit cushions have been piled on the bed.
Master bath on port side. Tiller’s bed will be under the cabinet where there is plenty of space (although not clear from this picture).

5 thoughts on “Almost ready: Pictures”

  1. WOW!! Beautifully crafted 😁
    Hope to meet her one day!!

  2. Wow! My nephew Dave took the liberty of forwarding this link to me. Tara and I are really impressed! It looks like you’ve really thought through this design very carefully. Love the zen clean lines. I suspect it will sail even better than it looks!
    Bons voyages!

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