EVO V8 - EVO YACHTS
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The Evo V8 is a 23.77 meter semi-displacement yacht. It can accommodate 12 guests and has a draft of 1.20 meters. The Evo V8 has a maximum speed of 24 knots and a cruise speed of 19 knots. It is equipped with two Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engines with a total power of 2 x 1000 HP.
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Exploring Cruiser Yachts with Marcus Yachting
Cruiser yachts, often referred to as Cabin Cruisers, cater to individuals seeking extensive travel or a permanent onboard lifestyle. These yachts offer a plethora of comforts, albeit with a focus on minimizing accessories to manage weight-related upkeep expenses and crew requirements. Typically operated with a modest crew, cruiser yachts provide owners with the option of enjoying the vessel independently or with minimal crew presence, offering a sense of freedom. Discover whether a cabin cruiser yacht aligns with your boating preferences.
The distinguishing feature of cabin cruisers lies in their remarkable comfort. Equipped with sails, these yachts exhibit excellent performance under various conditions, designed to resist capsizing. Due to the extended voyages undertaken by cruising yachts, living quarters are not only comfortable but also spacious enough to host guests if desired.
What Constitutes the Construction and Hull Design of a Cruiser Yacht?
The construction of a cabin cruiser yacht varies based on its underbody design, with five primary types in existence. Popular for cruising, the skeg-protected rudder stands out. A partial-skeg rudder offers increased durability, capable of handling three bearings compared to the usual two. For cruising in remote locations, a modern cutaway full keel allows for minor cuts or scrapes without immobilizing the yacht, while a fin keel/spade rudder combination is optimal for speed and quick turns, offering cost-effectiveness. The heavy displacement, full-keeled, double-ender represents the oldest style, slower but distinguished in its own right. Under the cruiser yacht category, various styles include day boats, express cruisers, runabouts, pontoon boats, and more.
Cruiser Cost Considerations
The price of a cruiser varies based on factors like size, style, and features. Length, builder reputation, year of build, and intended use all contribute to the final cost. A 37ft Sea Ray is more affordable than a 42 Cantius, and a 60 Cantius commands a higher price. Refits, upgrades, and yacht condition also play a role. Newer boats generally cost more, but well-maintained older models with unique extras may have higher price tags. Choosing between overnight cabin cruisers and day boats, as well as aligning the cruiser with your boating lifestyle, impacts the overall cost. Consult with a yacht broker to navigate these considerations within your budget.
Cabin Cruiser Amenities: Bathroom and Sleeping Capacity
Wondering if your cabin cruiser comes with a bathroom? Most do, but it varies by size. Communicate your preferences with your yacht broker to find the best fit. Sleeping capacity ranges from one to 12, adhering to SOLAS regulations. Larger yachts handle more guests, while a 46 Cantius with three cabins suits many. For bigger needs, your broker can guide you into commercially flagged yacht territory.
Navigating Cabin Cruiser Size and Fuel Efficiency
The fuel mileage of cabin cruisers varies based on factors like boat length, travel speed, and sea conditions. For instance, a 42 Cantius consumes 33.5 gallons per hour at 26.7 knots and 3400 rpm, offering a range of 214.8nm before refueling becomes necessary. Determining the right size cabin cruiser depends on individual goals and desired boating lifestyles. Mid-range options like the 37ft Sea Ray, 42 Cantius, and 46 Cantius are excellent choices, while those seeking more spacious options might consider a 108ft Benetti for world-cruising luxury, complete with a dedicated captain and crew.