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Cruisers Yachts will debut 50-footer at Yachts Miami Beach

Cruisers Yachts said its 50 Cantius luxury cruiser will debut at the Feb. 16-20 Yachts Miami Beach show.

Cruisers Yachts, a brand of KCS International, said its 50 Cantius luxury cruiser will debut at the Feb. 16-20 Yachts Miami Beach show.

“We are thrilled to keep the momentum going in our Cantius line,” KCS International vice president of sales Dan Zenz said in a statement. “The 50 Cantius is a perfectly sized addition that bridges the gap between the 45 Cantius and 54 Cantius.”

The builder said the 50 Cantius features many similarities to the 54 and 60 Cantius yachts, from sleek exterior looks to unrestrained, free-flowing spaces designed for entertaining in chic style.

The builder said the cruiser offers ample seating, with a U-shaped dinette and a reverse aft-facing sofa. In the climate-controlled galley and upper salon, on the starboard side is a sofa. A dinette, located portside, brings diners together indoors. Above, an operable sunroof invites sunlight and sea breezes inside.

The helm is equipped with advanced electronics and joystick controls powered by Volvo IPS engines.

Below deck, there is a well-appointed, full-beam master stateroom amidships, and it features a private head with refined details and a walk-in shower. There is a roomy forward VIP stateroom for guests, and a third stateroom with bunk beds is located to starboard.

Cruisers Yachts said Yachts Miami Beach visitors will have a chance to tour the 50 Cantius, along with the builder’s 39 Express Coupe, 54 Cantius, 54 Flybridge, 60 Cantius and 60 Flybridge.



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