Severn Swan

The heads are of a good size and have a macerator toilet which can be discharged to sea or to a holding tank concealed under the counter top. It has an antique corner handbasin and a stand up shower area. The walls are finished in light grey and white marble effect “Shower Wall” panelling with varnished teak and sapele shelves and surfaces.  The ceiling is varnished light oak panelling with recessed LED lighting. There is a portlight and also a frosted screen (which forms the back to the companionway steps) which make this area very light and airy. There are two teak cupboards for storage with inset mirror doors and there is also a full length mirror. (not glass!) The shower is on a trigger control and is set at head height.  There is an acrylic shower screen which folds out from the wall if needed and a small radiator which keeps it toasty warm when the heater is on.




The diesel heater is located behind a removable panel and there is access to the mast support and pipework behind the full length mirror. The shower tray, which drains to the grey water tank, hinges upwards for access to the bilges and propshaft below.


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This is a huge cabin with masses of storage and a very comfortable double bed.  It really is luxury at sea and we love it very much.

The doors and furniture are high gloss teak and sapele offset by white gloss tongue and groove effect ceiling and side walls and ash locker tops and end walls which makes it light and airy.  There are also big sapele turned spindles at the foot end of the bed which adds to the impression of a four poster bed but they are really hand holds! There are 4 side portlights and 2 Goiot opening ports set into the transom and also a large Lewmar hatch with smoked finish and quick release stainless steel security bars so it is possible to get a good airflow through the cabin for ventilation.


It also has a double radiator.


There is a huge amount of storage space:


It would be possible to use the locker tops each side as additional bunks for children on inflatable or roll out mattresses (not included), or a cot, although additional restraints would be needed if at sea.

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The Aft Heads

The master cabin/stateroom and the aft heads are adjacent but not en-suite so that the heads can be used at sea without accessing the stateroom.


The Master Cabin

Varnished wooden pelmets run the length of the cabin on each side with concealed LED strip lighting behind. This is switchable from the head of the bed as well as near the door.


The bed has two high density foam mattresses pushed together (any larger will not get through the companionway!). It is a double size bed (4ft 6 ins wide) with individual high intensity LED reading lights on each side along with 2 x 240V sockets and USB charging sockets for phones etc


There is a beautiful L-shaped desk of varnished sapele with inlaid dark green gold embossed leatherette and a comfortable upholstered swivel chair. There is shelf below the desk for a printer and documents and the side of the desk hinges upwards for easy access to the printer.  It has 4 x 240V sockets.

The master cabin has a decorative ash floor with access to bilges and propshaft/stuffing box below where there is also an automatic bilge pump and space to store maintenance materials. When shut, the door of this cabin seals to form a watertight bulkhead in case of emergency.