Length: 8.5 m
Length: 8.6 m
The new Zarro Cruiser 28 has a particularly stylish look with a touch of nostalgia. This new vessel is equipped with modern comfort which makes for a very pleasant stay on board during the longer tours. The Zarro Cruiser ...
Length: 7.5 m
In order to also meet the demand within the upper segment lifeboats, Zarro designed the Vision 25 Cabin. The Vision has a timeless classic line, is extremely chic, elegant and tough at the same time. When ...
Length: 7.8 m
To create a contemporary day cruiser, combining essential modern and classic design elements of the Baltic, Adriatic and Mediterranean, perfect for discovering the worlds extensive onshore and inland ...
Length: 8.36 m
... Designed by Sarrazin Design, in collaboration with Beneteau Powerboats, the Antares 8 has a semi-displacement hull with a classic timeless profile. The deck plan offers a large cockpit saloon for 4 people. This can be ...
Length: 6.65 m
... to embarking and disembarking. The large windows offer great visibility for the driver and make the cabin light and spacious for the passengers. The cabin can seat five passengers and has beds for two.
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: 8.64 m
... Maybe that is why the Ellis 28 is our most popular model. The Ellis 28 includes four cabin models (Express Cruiser, Lobsteryacht, Extended Top Cruiser, & Flybridge Cruiser) ...
Length: 9.4 m
Inspired by the classic Dutch design, 940 Cabin, surprises with versatility and space offered. Whole family can easily travel onboard and enjoy a choice of different relaxation areas. More friends coming? ...
Length: 8.23 m
... customer who wanted an enclosed cabin and a larger boat than our 22’ Phantom. When I designed this boat I took inspiration for the hull from the torpedo stern launches popular in the US in the early 1900’s while the cabin ...
Length: 9.5 m
... breaks the classical schemes, sometimes heavy, of this kind of Italian vessel with a new, elegant and engaging design classical-contemporary of incomparable character. The Avant-Garde 8,79 open cruiser ...
Length: 8.1 m
... Fiberglass hull reinforced Materials used for construction Hull - Fiberglass resins on the internal bulkheads with mahogany hull - marine plywood bulkheads external teak - covered assembled with two layers of plywood ...
Length: 8.9 m
... Excellent behaviour at sea Surprisingly spacious and comfortable interiors, provided with every convenience Separate forward cabin to ensure better privacy for the occupants (single room on request) Excellent value for money
Length: 7.82 m
... behind! As traditional Thames river launch builders, we wanted to take the very best of English style and build, and to integrate the very latest engineering technology, in a boat that would give its owners the pride ...
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 ...
Length: 6.93 m
... space to accommodate everything in use from the fisherman to the long distance cruiser. In addition to updating our traditional Pilothouse model, we have produced a cruiser model with ...
How to choose this product
A classic cabin cruiser on NauticExpo is a motor vessel between 6.5 and 9.5 meters long with at least one cabin. Its design is based on that of traditional boats.
These small vessels are intended for devotees of the retro look. They can be used for day trips, fishing, coastal cruising or on inland waterways. However, their old-fashioned hulls and modest engines are not appropriate for water skiing, wakeboarding or other towing sports.
Wood is the favored material for traditional craft. Today, however, the lightness, strength and low maintenance of polyester or epoxy fiberglass and other composites are preferred by many. These materials can be shaped and painted to resemble traditional construction, especially with the addition of small round or rectangular portholes.
The cabin can sleep two, occasionally four. A small galley and head offer the minimum comfort required for mini-cruises. Both inboard and outboard versions are available.
How to choose
An outboard motor frees more space within the vessel, but is noisier and more exposed to the harsh marine environment than an inboard engine. Models offering berths for a couple and two children are suitable for family cruising.
- Incomparable aesthetics
- Wood requires significant maintenance
- Modest performance characteristics