The original blue crane huts are still in place and the structure looks much like it would have back in its heyday – albeit with a fresh lick of paint and a much more comfortable interior. It measures a total floorspace of 40 sq m (430 sq ft), spread over three floors. Access to the first floor is gained from the harbor by spiral staircase and it includes a kitchen and dining area that seats up to four people, plus a living room.The Yays – Crane Apartment's uppermost bedroom is located in the original machine operator room
A storage-integrated staircase leads up to the second floor, which contains a bathroom with tub, toilet, sink and shower, as well as a double bedroom. From here, visitors with a head for heights can venture outside to a small terrace with a ladder to reach the uppermost area, the machine operator room. This is a really neat looking little space, with a balcony, double bed and toilet. The glazed wall is original, having once been used by the crane operator to see what he was doing.
The Yays – Crane Apartment is available to rent year-round.