|CROWN CRUISER 24 - 26 - #PB 70-72X
|26' MODEL SHOWN
WILL ACCOMMODATE INBOARD MOTORS, SINGLE OR DUAL OUTBOARD MOTORS OR STERN DRIVE UNITS
BUILD IN TWO LENGTHS - 24' OR 26'.
Photo on the right was sent to us all the way from Malta (Europe) by a very proud customer who writes, "This is truly the finest boat in the Mediterranean ... " Build from our Plans and Patterns and you can be sure of owning one of the best designed, finest performing cruisers afloat.
The galley is a full 36" wide and 26" deep. Adequate room for stove and sink with fresh water tanks in toilet enclosure or in storage locker. The room under the galley is adequate for dishes, ice chest, silverware, and for the storage of food. Over 15 cubic feet of storage area available.
Fully enclosed private toilet room. A full 6' high and measures 2' X 3'. The toilet doors are on a sliding track (so when they are open they do not block the passageway.)
All windshields and side windows are made of clear 3/16" plexiglass. Both side windows are on sliding tracks that open for ventilation.
The aft cabin floor measures 18" from the top of the floor to the bottom of the keel. Larger inboard engines would be able to be installed partially below the floor line - only a small motor cover would then be necessary which can be used as a center seat. This boat is recommended for stern drive units or inboard engine installation, however larger horsepower outboard motors can be used, with, or without, a transom extension kit.
The forward compartment is a large spacious area for anchor, rope, life-preservers and other miscellaneous gear. If extra length bunks are desired, this forward bulkhead can be left out, greatly increasing the length of both bunks.
Move up to the luxury cruiser you've been waiting for. Note the graceful lines of the Crown Cruiser giving the heavily flared section forward that is turn gives this design its exceptional form and appearance. A big, roomy boat featuring trend setting styling plus the most usable cabin arrangement possible. Cabin is divided with bunk area forward and galley and head in the aft section of the cabin. Spacious after deck is ideal for entertaining.
For a stronger bottom, especially for high horsepower engines, a double 1/4" bottom is recommended, along with the Epoxy-Plus fiberglass covering kit.
Step by Step Instructions - Step by step instructions for our boat plans have been designed for those who have never built a boat before. As you can see in the drawings, each part in the hull is assigned a number, this number in turn is marked on each piece of lumber and plywood. Using this technique an amateur can easily assemble any plan listed on this site.
|Design Number: # PB 70-72X
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