Length: 9.14 m
... berths, but also provides enormous amounts of cupboard and storage space. Ample standing height in the lounge, kitchen, and aft cabin makes the interior space very comfortable. The interior of the Marin is of warm and ...
Length: 8.3 m
The Intercruiser 27 Cabin is the smallest cruiser in the range but offers a huge amount of entertaining space in the cockpit, more than enough seating for ten people. The bow of the boat has an anchor ...
Length: 8.5 m
Length: 8.50 m. Diesel tank capacity: approx. 100 of 200 l Width: 3.00 m. Water tank capacity: approx. 100 l Draught: 0.80 m. Wastewater tank capacity: approx. 60 l Height overall: approx. 1.50 mtr Engine: 33 till 170 pk diesel
Length: 9 m
... spacious cabin and toilet compartment, the Intercruiser 29 enables extended cruising for friends and family to enjoy on a very stylish, user friendly craft in comfort. Named WINNER of “Boat of the Year” in the Cockpit ...
Length: 6.3 m
Enjoy your free time at sea. Take your family and friends on a glorious trip in a boat designed for lazy days. Attractive to look at, wonderful to sail in. Allure 21 is a deplacement boat with an outboard motor. Easy to steer at low speeds ...
Length: 7.4 m
Is what is termed a '2+2' berth cruiser and provides a perfect entry craft into river cruising. Fold-down screens and hood make this an ideal cruiser for inland waterways with restricted heights. The ...
... Yanmar. Both the interior and exterior are mahogany. RICHARD HENDERSON has the newly added 2nd portlight on each side of the cabin and is the first to have a true, built-in refrigerator that runs on 110 volts while at ...
Length: 6.32 m
... customers thought there would be a broader market for a small inboard diesel launch with certain features. These include a cabin large enough to have a couple of berths and a dedicated space for a porta-potti to keep ...
How to choose this product
A canal cabin cruiser is a medium-sized motor vessel featuring live-aboard equipment and at least one cabin. It is ideal for navigating inland waterways including lakes, rivers and canals.
These craft are generally very comfortable and fully-equipped for relaxing cruises on inland waterways. They are relatively slow, since such areas are unsuitable for high-speed boating. In addition, their hulls are not designed for rough water.
Wood, steel, aluminum, composites and other typical boat-building materials are used in these vessels. The engines generally offer little power. However, they must be large enough to move boats whose weight is increased by equipment and amenities similar to those found in a house. Draft is usually shallow enough for these craft to reach even shoal waters.
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- Tranquil cruising
- Little flexibility