31.7m 104 ft | 2016 | 8 Guests | 4 Cabins | 5 Crew
A finalists at the 2017 World Superyacht Awards, the CROSSBOW sailing yacht is the work of two design powerhouses, with naval architecture by Farr Yacht Design and styling from Nauta Design. Together, they have created a modern and sophisticated yacht, packed with sensational features, such as the panoramic deck saloon and flush deck, to make every moment spent aboard such an enjoyable experience.
A generous sunbathing area, located between the crew and the central cockpit is dedicated to guests. The saloon, surrounded by 270-degree panoramic windows, is the social heart of the yacht, where guests may relax sitting on the comfortable sofas. While a dining table can comfortably seat up to eight guests. A spacious studio amidships flawlessly separates the main saloon from the master’s private area, providing a dedicated space for personal activities.
The master cabin is an authentic suite, with a sofa and vanity desk. Three additional cabins, including a double and two twins, allows the CROSSBOW yacht to accommodate up to eight guests in the utmost comfort. Accommodation for four crew members can found aft.
Built by the iconic Southern Wind Shipyards, CROSSBOW mixes advanced materials and construction techniques with well-established craftsmanship. This performance sloop is built for long-distance cruising but is just as happy around inshore waters and will entertain sailors of all experience levels.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||31.7m 104 ft|
|Beam||6.9m 23 ft|
|Draft||3.95m 13 ft|
|Exterior designer||Nauta Yachts|
|interior designer||Nauta Yachts|
|Engines||1 x Cummins (305HP)|
|Cruising speed||10 Knots|
|Low Rate||from €EUR72,000 per week / $75,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€77,000 per week / $80,000|
|Low Rate||from €EUR62,000 per week / $65,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€70,000 per week / $73,000|
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