FAQ’s Ros Crana

Q: What are the cabins like?

6 en-suite cabins with a large (4’) lower berth and a standard (2’6”) berth above. All berths are 6’4” long, have a radiator, heated towel rail, good storage and a large opening window. Bed linen and towels are provided. There is plenty of hot water and the showers are good and powerful.

Q: How many toilets and showers are there?

In addition to the en-suites, there is one toilet/shower down below.

Q: I have some mobility limitations. What is access onto the barge like?

Ros Crana has a single step in from the deck at both of the main entrances and a corner staircase of regular sized steps from the deck saloon down to the cabins. These have good handrails and we are very used to helping people up and down but the boat is in no way wheelchair accessible.

Down below a small ramp leads from the lower saloon to the cabin passage and single steps again up into the en-suite and into the shower.

When we are at anchor, access to and from the shore is by our smaller RIB support boat.  Access to this boat is by a short ladder from the deck.

Guests must be able to climb a small ladder. This is for safety regulations so that persons can evacuate the barge in the event of a fire or other emergency situation.

Q: What activity equipment do you carry on board?

Mountain bikes, open canoes, a 16’ sailing dinghy and 2 toppers, as well as wetsuits, buoyancy aids, waterproofs, helmets etc.

Q: What relaxing areas are there?

Ros Crana has a deck level galley kitchen and dining area with great outside viewing. Down below there is a large saloon area with comfortable seating and opening windows.