Just Listed & Located Offsite in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Cruisers is one of the last remaining North American boat builders that builds the traditional express cruiser. Highly sought-after layout, the express cruiser offers great accommodations for families and couples to cruise comfortably and easily. The 60 Cantius is a great example of the traditional American cruiser. Three staterooms with master being full beam, midship guest stateroom and VIP center lined queen in the bow. The main deck salon, galley, and helm are complemented by large windows, sliding glass doors and sunroof. The galley is situated aft making a superb location for entertaining as it accesses both the aft deck and salon. The aft deck has access to the bow deck both port and starboard and dual access stairs to the transom of the vessel which has a hydraulic platform for water toys.
Professional photos and full details coming soon. Currently located at Bradford Marine in Ft Lauderdale.
Salon midship with a U-shaped settee with a large sofa opposite that can easily seat six to eight people for cocktails. In formal dinner mode, the table rises and two leaves fold out providing the most generous seating for six people we have seen in class. No need to un-stow folding chairs, but if one does, this table will seat eight.
Galley aft, and just as we have seen in the smaller Cantius models, Cruisers Yachts has once again created an outdoor bar with stools at the aft bulkhead with a window opening to the galley. It reminds us of a cozy snack bar at the local yacht club. Inside, opposite the U-shaped food-prep area of the galley is a counter to starboard that can be used as a side table for beverages, ice and hors d'oeuvres during a cocktail party. The passageway is wide from the aft deck to the salon, allowing guests to mix and mingle freely and pass each other.
Helm located to starboard, featuring dual Stidd helm chairs, modern clean dash with dual Garmin glass navigation monitors. This reduces the manual switches on the dash as well as offers ease of operation for the captain. Volvo electronic engine controls and joystick.
The owners stateroom is full-beam and contains a household-size king-size bed, something that is not always possible in boats even of this size. Also, there is full-standing headroom throughout this cabin and the builder has not had to resort to dropping the deck between the stringers in order to provide that. As a result, the entire master cabin deck is on one level.
A café table and two facing seats are installed to starboard which makes a cozy place to relax. Opposite is a chest of drawers large enough for his and her clothes for a circumnavigation. Forward of that is a household size closet/hanging locker that is over 6' long. The head is forward and features a double sink and a double shower stall as well.
The VIP stateroom not only has a large head with a separate shower stall, but it also has a walk-in closet, something we rarely see even on far larger boats in the second stateroom. The island queen berth is not jammed up into the bow as we often see builders do in order to cram more "living area" into a small space, but rather is placed further aft. This allows the headboard to be almost full width, with only a minor concession.
Located to starboard at bottom of stairs from salon. Large foyer provides for grand entry into the guest stateroom. The guest stateroom shares the VIP cabins head.
U-shaped dinette on the raised aft deck -- not to be confused with a cockpit found on smaller, boats -- that is large enough for six people without adding folding chairs inboard. This area like the rest of the boat is large and open. A console to starboard, nestled in the boat's sweeping superstructure can hold a refrigerator and icemaker.
Forward of the dinette is a pass through from the galley with two bar stools.
Bow with reverse crescent seating, port and starboard sun lounges, and room for two tables for cocktails. Cruisers Yachts is using the space in a creative manner for cocktails, dining, or just sight-seeing while underway in appropriate conditions. At anchor, it will be the most popular place for guests to lounge.
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