The typical arrangement of a modern yacht consists of a hull, sailing armament (engine), cabins, galley, cockpit, toilet with shower area, wardroom and, sometimes, a folding transom. Of course, the yacht can do without it. The bare minimum is a hull and sails. The hull consists of a deck, sides, bow and stern.
The transom is a separate area. It used to have a motor, but today's yachts use it as a swim platform.
It can be conveniently accessed from there. The latest… Continue