Modern catamarans are outfitted with every convenience for a relaxed and comfortable vacation. They are often furnished with four double beds and two or four toilets, to which one or two staff cabins are added. Typically, crew staterooms are only accessible from the exterior through a porthole in the very bow.
In some catamarans, the foredeck is outfitted with a bed to provide the skipper with a dedicated room; in other instances, the bed is raised to reveal a toilet and a tiny sink. If the cabin does not have a toilet, the captain must have access to the guest restrooms.
The whole length of these small quarters is occupied by a bed, and a porthole on the deck of the catamaran provides access from the exterior. The cabins have a tiny shelf and an interior ventilation window.
In extraordinary circumstances and upon request, one of the two crew cabins may be used to accommodate a single visitor.
Remember that the staff cabin is a significantly less comfortable solution than the inside cabins.