The accommodation on Snark is adaptable to allow for the maximum flexibility in our programme and is split into three cabins.
The central hold is the main communal area with a full galley forward and a library aft. This space can be set up as a yoga study, dining area, jazz café for 32 guests, gallery, etc. It is naturally lit, well ventilated and the underfloor heating keeps it warm in the winter. On each side are sleeping hammocks and personal storage which can be curtained off for privacy.
The aft cabin has four generous and comfortable bunks, a navigation station and storage areas. A ships ladder gives direct access to the aft deck. This space is part of the working boat during the day but reserved for guests during the quiet times, normally 22.00 to 07.00.
The forward cabin is generally reserved for the crew but can be opened up as a snug/quiet space during retreats and special events. It is lit with skylights and the wood burning stove keeps it warm when needed.
The main access from deck level is just aft of the main hold and a shared heads/shower room is situated off the lower landing. This entrance is kept closed when we are sailing and the aft ladder is used. A second shower room is located mid ships. This is reserved for the crew during quiet times.