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The LoftBarge 70th

Hong Kong

Hull Designer: China Guangzhou Shipyard Co. Ltd

Int Designer: Pierre Maciag /MaxStudio

Ext Designer: Pierre Maciag

Project type:  

Location: Hong Kong


Year Built: 2009 / 2012


Fuel Capacity: 2,000 l (528 g)

Water Capacity: 2,000 l (528 g)

Holding Tank: 2,000 I (528 g)

Staterooms: 3 Sleeps - 6 Heads - 4 Crew Quarters - 1 Crew Berths - 1 Captain

Cabin: Yes


ISM: No Generated


Enter the LoftBarge 70 at maindeck level and you will be surprised by a unique mix between a loft apartment and a classic motor barge. Her high volume interior with a unique skylight concept features high ceilings and contemporary living on three levels. Her maindeck is one big area with a large country kitchen forward which seats 6 at the breakfast bar. The reception area aft is spacious, very light and easily seats 8 people to lounge. It extends trough folding doors to a 300 sqft covered exterior aft deck with access to a swim platform. On deck there is space for al fresco dining or just chilling out. Interior looring is teak, walls and ceilings are off white to give a spacious and temporary feel. Going below via the skylight steps, one enters the den, a cosy social area for music, tv, games and other family activities. Forward of the den are two identical double bedrooms with a large shared ensuite bathroom as well as the crew quarters. Aft is a large full beam master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Flooring is made in a rare Agba wood. Going to the topdeck by spiral staircase, one enters the wheelhouse which may double as captains quarters with an ensuite bathroom or alternatively as the master study or an additional guestroom. The wheelhouse extends to an aft deck and forward to a awning covered lounge area for cocktails or a nice after dinner cigar. The LoftBarge 70 is a unique sample of aqua estate. Designed as a self propelled pleasure vessel (HK MarDep cat IV) with maximum liveable room, she has 3,000 sq ft of interior space with some 700 sq ft of exterior space. Built robustly in marine grade steel to commercial (CCS) standards, she is easy to maintain at minimum expense.

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