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The Tiny one is the smallest Tiny Float in the Numbers series. Within the compact size of the Tiny one it houses all the comfort you need. Because of the compact size, Tiny one covers a small plot in the area.
By the use of metal and glass, Tiny one has an industrial look at the outside. The outer shell also covers the terrace. This shell makes all three elements come together.
The Tiny one is located low on the water, what creates a better connection with the water. The open design of the Tiny one makes it possible to view the environment also from the inside of the house. To improve this view from the inside the full front facade is made out of glass, which can be opened for 50%.
The inside of the Tiny one is different from the outside. With lots of white elements and straight lines the feeling of the interior is quite spatially.
The Tiny One is built out of three elements:
940 x 300 x 330cm
940 x 180 x 330cm
480 x 100 x 330cm
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|Vessel type:||Floating Home|
|Length over all:||9.40m|
Concrete Walcon Floats
Divisible Walcon thermally galvanized steel frame.
Total length: 9.40m
Inside length: 6.00m
Total width: 4.80m
Total height from waterline: 3.58m
Pitch height 2.60m
Water and sewage.
Central waste water drainage
Warm water boiler 50 l
Weight superstructure (kg): 12.500
Float A (10x): 820/8200
Total weight: 20.700
Maximum live load in kg: 1.200
The Tiny One Studio is split into two areas, one for sleeping and other for living. The bed is situated at the left side of the Tiny Float with an area to walk around. This area is separated from the living area with a large wooden partition wall. In the living room area it is possible to place a small kitchen in the corner or keep it as a hotel room.
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.
The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.
A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialed and opened up.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.