The KODA Loft Float opens up the opportunity of using urban or countryside waterfront space. The architecture, design and engineering skills combined enable living near a favourite yacht harbour, on a private lake or on an urban canal. The versatility of modular housing concept makes the KODA Loft Float either a harbour café, artist’s studio, not to mention a summer retreat or a fisherman’s dream.
Timber frame structure
Mineral wool layer of insulation
200mm/0.66 f in walls; 250mm/0.82 f in ceiling and floor
Three-ply tempered glass
Snow load 400 kg / sqm
Interior finish plywood 12mm / 0.039 f
Exterior finish timber cladding or plywood
L 7226 mm / 23.7f
W 3930 mm / 12.9f
H 3990 mm / 13.1 f
L 5858 mm / 19.2f
W 3416 mm / 11.2f
H 3323 mm / 10.9f
Electric floor heating
80 l electric boiler
VENTS ventilation system
Water connection DN15
Sewage connection 110mm / 0.36 f
Electrical connection 20A 3F
KODA is a factory-built modular house and delivered as turnkey.
A standard equipped KODA Light includes an openspace living room, a full-size sleeping area, a shower room with toilet, a kitchen and a wooden terrace – all that on spacious, yet compact 25.8 m2.
The KODA Light has maintained its insulation and strength for year around living in heat and frost, while enabling stacking two units of its own kind on the roof.
The KODA Light Float offers the opportunity of choosing the most suitable exterior finish as well as the terrace and border materials to your environment. The first being either plywood or timber, the latter offering options between spruce terrace and pine border, or larch terrace with glass border.
"At the end of 2020, for the first time I became the buyer of my very own boat. And at that time, when reaching out to BalticBoat, I got very lucky. First of all, the chosen Marex has been really great at sea: high quality, durable, functional, with a well-thought-out design and comfortable to drive. Secondly, for several years now, Erki has been showing that not only he sells You a boat, but also helps with advice and strength in orienting yourself in all life at sea: from organizing winter maintenance to exploring small Estonian harbors."