Additionally, all storage spaces and kitchen devices are integrated in the central element and meticulously concealed behind panels. Guaranteeing that all sliding or folding elements operate flawlessly is even on land no mean feat but poses an even greater challenge in maritime projects where you have to consider the pitch and roll motions of the ship at sea. Although rather unconventional on yachts, natural varnished oak was used for the flooring in the entire apartment. In light of existing fire safety regulations this entailed that all walls had to be made from fibreglass and aluminium. The entire apartment is illuminated by indirect lighting, creating a pleasant ambience. For the coatings a variety of varnish and RAL-colours were used. To achieve the desired quality and to ensure a smooth, seamless look of the ripped surfaces throughout the apartment, the List GC team first coated the even plane before finishing the corrugations on the ripped wall elements. The complete interior was produced in List GC´s in-house manufacturing facility in Bad Erlach.