Cruisers will debut its new Cantius 42 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Wisconsin-based builder Cruisers Yachts has announced that it will debut the latest iteration in its Cantius line of boats at this year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The boat will have a sleek profile, but also maintain a good sense of interior space, a point made by Dan Zenz, Vice President of Sales at KCS International, Inc. (Cruisers’ parent company) in a recent press release.
I have to be honest: I’m not overly familiar with Slovenia. The small, former Eastern Bloc nation is sandwiched between the yachting mainstays of Italy and Croatia, and, I’d guess, is a bit of an afterthought for most Americans — if they even think of it at all. I’m also not overly familiar with Slovenian-built boats. To my recollection, I’d never been on one before I stepped aboard the Greenline 39 on Fort Lauderdale’s New River.
The yacht stands out with exceptionally sleek lines enhanced by tapered hull windows. Fairline , one of the United Kingdom’s marquis yacht builders, made three key announcements at the Cannes Yachting Festival. First, it unveiled imagery and specifications for the Targa 43 Open, which it announced as a new model earlier this year. We captured the Fairline 63 GTO as she made her debut at Cannes. She’ll also have a Williams 285 TurboJet tender.
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