Inboard Cruisers

Average Length: 26 to 75 ft.
Capacity:Varies
Propulsion Type: Inboard engine
 
Trailerable: No
Hull Type: Deep-vee
 

Inboard Cruisers

Inboard cruisers tend to be at least 30 feet long and have even more room for creature comforts like sleeping, cooking and plumbing facilities. They feature a simple drive mechanism located in the hull that is often considered easier to maintain in salt water. They are steered with a rudderrather than by turning a propeller drive mechanism and sometimes require more skill to manage.

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