The interiors of the Cherubini 48s have been highly customized, according to the needs of the owners. Some have featured a comfortable owner's stateroom aft to port, with a double bed and its own head. Others have had more open space aft, with emphasis on a deck-accessible nav station and ample space for putting on foul weather gear.
In this layout (Plan A), the aft cabin has a double bed to port. The aft cabin includes a navigation station, wet locker, and many drawers and hanging lockers, and comfortable seats. A door can give privacy from the rest of the boat, retaining access to an en-suite head (including linked shower area). Moving forward, there is large galley to port. Forward of that is a classic, commodious main salon, including a pilot berth to starboard. A second companionway from the cabin top provides direct access to the main cabin without disturbing the privacy of the aft cabin.
Moving forward, there is large galley to port. Forward of that is a classic, commodious main salon, including a pilot berth to starboard. A second companionway from the cabin top provides direct access to the main cabinwithout disturbing the privacy of the aft cabin.
Plan B has two distinct deck houses, each with its own companionway. This provides a full width aft cabin, with a double bed, sofa, ample hanging lockers, and the engine box with a nav station on top of it. There is space for a captain's berth in the passage way forward.
Under the foreward deck house, there is a full U-shaped galley, commodious main cabin, foreward head, and forward V berths.
Whatever the configuration, the Cherubini style is constant. Throughout, there are lots of drawers and hanging lockers. Locker doors usually have a beautiful cane inserts (both light and excellent for ventilation), but can be made with distinctive wood panels if the owner prefers.
Depending on owners' needs, the interior can be fitted with air conditioning, washer/dryers, etc. Needless to say, the interior volume has limits, and trade-offs are always required.