Cruising yachts

Cruising yachts

  Cruisers are by the far the most common in private usage, making up most of the 7 m to 14 m (23 to 46 ft) range. These vessels can be quite complex in design, as designers try to find a balance between docile handling qualities, interior space, good light-wind performance and on-board comfort.

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The Fairline Targa 40, with her unusually generous headroom below deck, two spacious and comfortable sleeping cabins, a luxurious and beautifully appointed saloon, a well-equipped galley, an integral tender garage and the ability to reach up to 39 knots is an extraordinary craft. Engine The Targa 40 is powered by a couple of twin engines from 620 hp to 700 hp. You can choose one of the two power options: the two 310 hp each Volvo Penta D6-310 EVC Diesel and you’ll ride the waves at 38 (...)
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The Carver 36 Mariner is a blend between a sports cruiser with the advantages of a fly-bridge. A spacious luxury yacht that offers lots of features that will make your trips on the water a real pleasure. Engine The 36 Mariner can be powered by one of these engines: Crusader(r) 5.7 MPI - 330 hp, Crusader(r) 6.0 MPI - 375 hp, Volvo Penta(r) 5.7 GXI - 315 hp and Yanmar Marine(r) 6LPA-STP - 315 hp (diesel). The access to the engine room is made raising the stairs in the salon whit a (...)
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A second 100 footer (30 meter) is sold after only two months from the signature of the Wally 101, making a total of four sailing yachts currently under construction at WallyEurope yard, ranging from 100 to 148 feet (30-45 meters). The new Wally 100.3 is developed from the lines of the recently launched Y3K and is commissioned by a truly passionate sailor who enjoys cruising with his family as well as competitively racing. She features the lines of German Frers and the styling and (...)
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The Bavaria 38 Sport is suited for fast long range coastal cruising. The 38 Sport Series comes standard with IPS diesel Technology for state of the art economy and performance. The design interior and exterior made in the European style and the luxurious features make this the perfect way to spend an extended family cruising. Engine The 38 Sport has two 295 hp Volvo-Penta IPS 400 Duoprop diesel engines. These engines are 30% more efficient in fuel consumption, are reducing the noise by (...)
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The perfectly formed Fairline Targa 38 express cruiser has already captured the hearts of the boat lovers. Firmly rooted in Fairline’s history of producing superlative boats below 40 ft. in length, this Targa advances the tradition still further, with the many innovations and developments already proven in her larger sisters. The Targa 38 handles as well as her looks promise and she delivers impressively powerful performance. The swept-back radar arch gives the flowing lines of this boat a (...)
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Each 35 Executioner comes with a stylish color, coordinating dash, bezels, throttles and matching steering wheel. Embroidery adorns the seat backs, and a custom X logo is inlaid on the engine hatch. Custom graphics accent the Executioner’s exterior, and a stainless steel rub-rail insert give it an added touch of elegance. Powered with twin Mercury 425hp 496 cu.in. engines, the Executioner runs an astonishing 68 knots (78 mph) with amazing low-end pulling power and midrange throttle response. (...)
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The 51’Dolphin has that discrete charm which makes your heart skip a beat and takes your breath away. The first model launched by Ferretti Group, and forerunner of the unmistakeable Mochi Craft class, a the sinuous design of its lines offer both sophistication and comfort to ship-owner and guests alike. Her graceful lines reinterpret the natural shapes of boats from the 1950’s, reproducing them in a sinuous and harmonious hull, which evokes a dolphin’s shape. The interior is marked by the (...)
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Bavaria 33 Sport, the descendant of Bavaria 32 Sport, has gained wide acceptance and is ideal for short and medium distance voyages. The design of the new yacht was based on the features of its predecessor, smooth plane, sailing performance, spacious interior and qualitative materials. The Bavaria 33 Sport performs and handles like a much larger vessel. Its innovative use of space combining a one level cockpit design, full walk around decks, private aft cabin and full mahogany interior are (...)
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The new Back Cove 33 is the largest yacht in the Back Cove range. This yacht tries to offer tremendous value, great style and modern practicality.


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