Watch the video: Cruisers Cantius 41, A Smaller, Sportier Cantius
Overview: A smaller, sportier looking, less expensive version of the original Cantius.
-Enhance natural lighting with 360-degree glass and a huge overhead sunroof.
-Allow the natural light to flow into the lower cabin, by opening up the overhead with an atrium-like design.
-Create an interior that seems as roomy and spacious as possible.
-The boat’s structure consists of three main parts, including the hull, deck, and a single-piece liner running from the engineroom bulkhead to the anchor locker.
-Hatches and lids are RTM molded for the most strength and the least weight, most are supported by gas-assist struts, and are hinged with beefy stainless-steel.
-All mechanicals, wiring harnesses, and even individual wires are clearly marked and labeled.
-Cruises in the low to mid 20’s.
-Top end breaks 34 knots.
-Rough-weather seakeeping is excellent; vibrations and water noise are minimal.
-IPS pod drive powerplants make dockside handling a breeze.
-Carves out and leans into turns like a standard deep-V.
-Natural lighting in the salon is fantastic.
-Aft sliding doors let you bring the outdoors inside.
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