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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Tuck away your driver’s license and you’re free to define yourself on any terms you wish. The swift 280 CXi Express says you’re nimble and cool. Its stylish exterior and performance are matched only by the refreshingly roomy overnight accommodations inside. The 280 introduces you to the magic of yachting and the incomparable Cruisers Yachts’ brand experience. Starting with the cockpit, the layout is roomy and functional. The aft cockpit area offers a pair of facing settees, which provide room (...)
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After the great success of the Bavaria 27Sport, the cockpit of the new Bavaria 30 Sport was extended and is layed out similar as the 27Sport. The interior has not suffered by the extended cockpit and has been re-done, too. The new layout with the head on starboard and the pantry on port sides makes the new Bavaria 30 Sport larger and more spacious than the 29 Sport. Features Hull and fittings: Stainless steel bow rail Stainless steel bow fitting with anchor roller Anchor locker, (...)
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Escape from the ordinary experience with the extraordinary 35 Super Sport. Its generous exterior and interior spaces offer a true departure from comparably sized yachts, as does its fuel capacity, the largest in her class. This versatile model is available in two interior configurations - a single stateroom featuring a face-to-face dinette, or the two stateroom layout with a mid-ship cabin. There’s also your choice of bridge layouts - the forward helm station for extended cruising, or the (...)
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Fountain Mercury has melded the performance moxie of an offshore racer with the creature comforts of a condo. Undoubtedly the fastest, most fuel efficient boat in its class, the 38 EC can reach top speeds in excess of 60 Knots with Mercury 525s. Scale back to twin Mercury 425 hp, 496 cu.in. engines and cruise long range at 43-plus knots while still topping out at 52 knots plus. The cockpit has space and comfort to rival any wide-beam cruiser on the market today. At the helm, two (...)
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The 340 is a spacious family cruiser with stunning sea-keeping qualities. The Birchwood refusal to compromise is in evidence throughout with interior space not being created at the expense of safety. The 2 staterooms ensure that guests have their own private area and wide side decks guarantee safe passage for everyone on board. The versatility of the 340 means that it can provide both an exhilarating high-speed experience at sea and relaxing cruise along beautiful inland waterways. (...)
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The motor yacht Elan Power E35 is based on the concept of offering a sporting experience, weather protection from a hard top and spacious accommodation. It has incorporated a number of features that no other motor yacht in its class offers, such as a central steering position and en-suite bathroom for the owners cabin. Exclusive comfort The interior accommodation is one of the most spacious of its type and by careful space planning incorporates an en-suite bathroom with the owners cabin. (...)
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The Mystic 39 takes its inspiration from the traditional boats of the eastern cost of the United States. Its seduction is obvious, with elegant and gracious lines in an original design. The cockpit opens up straight from the saloon and you’ll find yourself spending days in the open air, sunning or enjoying the shade of the classic styled hard top. Arcoa has a prestigious past. The brand which is the contraction of the words Arcachon and Couach, founded in 1946 by Guy Couach with his (...)
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Since the phenomenally successful launch of the Beneteau 49 and 46 this past fall, Beneteau has continued to strive to lead by bringing the most exciting designs to sailing.

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Birchwood is introducing a complete new range of both Sports Express and Flybridge models for 2007/2008. Their 290 and 350 Express models will be complimented with new 36ft and 40ft Express models. Their Flybridge Range will start at 44ft through 50ft, 55ft, 61ft, 66ft, 75ft, 88ft, 118ft, 130ft models. Birchwood will be starting their advertising and notifying the industry through the latter part of this (...)
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The design of a potential successor to the outstanding Oyster 45, which in turn replaced the hugely successful Oyster 435 was always going to present a big challenge to Rob Humphreys and the Oyster Design Team.


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