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Queenship 75 Coastal Cruiser

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    This Trawler styled coastal cruiser will be suitable for exactly that, coastal cruising. At 75 feet, this vessel is not large by any means but will also provide the oportunity to discover and explore those shallow confines and coves where bigger boats can't go.

    The cockpit model of the 75', in particular, showcases significantly more space and this can be utilized for fishing or even storing water-sports equipment and or a few toys. With a Fly-Bridge incorporated above the Bridge-Deck, space is made for a sizable tender as well as gathering room. Forward of the radar mast, is provision for seating while at anchor or underway. Two navigation chairs are positioned slightly off center, providing an overall view in the open air for those in control

    On the Main/Bridge-Deck, the wheel-house is located up to the fore of the cruiser with the ability to provide spectacular views for the safe navigation of the yacht. To the aft of this region, a sizable saloon abounds with seating and entertainment facilities. Provision is made for a clean exit onto the aft deck via doors in the aft of the saloon. Once outside, there is 'L' shaped seating and a complimentary table. Further aft, there is a platform, enclosed with bulwark for safety.

    The Lower-Deck houses the accommodation and engine room. The accommodation called for a three-stateroom plan that can be customized to fit the owner's needs. The full-beam Master is off-centrally positioned, just off the engine room. Luxurious and spacious accommodation is present with bathtub,toilet,vanity, storage on both sides and a large bed for two in the center. The room is serviced with its own stairs.

    To the fore of the Master is a VIP-type room and also crew accommodation or extra guest room to the Port-side. A queen bed for two is centrally placed on the forward bulk-head with storage on both sides of the curved bow. Circular stand-up shower, vanity and toliet all exist on the outside of the bedroom door.

    On the other end of the 75 coastal cruiser, to the aft of the engine room, there is a room for either crew or guest, depending on the desired configuration. Bed for two, storage, ensuite facilites, describe this almost secret room.

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    LOA: 74.11 feet
    LWL: 63.80 feet
    BOA: 18.00 feet
    Draught: 5.30 feet
    Displacement: 91,000 lbs w/ swim-platform
    Fuel: 1,500 ; 1,675 ; 2,000 USG
    Water: 350 USG

    For more on the 75' Coastal Cruiser from Queenship see here:

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