Buy used sailing cruiser-racers in Castellón

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    Cruiser/racer Archambault A40

    69.999 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Real Club Náutico de Castellón , Castellón (Spain)
    • Year : 2004
    • Length: 11,95m.
    • Archambault A40 11.95 m from Length 2,47 m from Draft.

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    Cruiser/racer Baltic 42 DP

    69.000 €

    (VAT included )

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Real Club Náutico de Castellón , Castellón (Spain)
    • Year : 1983
    • Length: 12,8m.
    • Baltic 42 DP 12.8 m from Length 2,41 m from Draft.

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    Cruiser/racer INERGA PUMA 26

    9.850 €

    • Puerto Deportivo Marina Benicarló, Castellón (Spain)
    • Year : 1976
    • Length: 7,8m.
    • INERGA PUMA 26 7.8 m from Length 1,45 m from Draft.

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  • Type: Cruisers/racers
  • Boat Condition : used
  • Location: Castellón (Spain)

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The cruiser-racer boats are a combination of cruising sail boats, slower and heavier, and regatta boats which are lighter and faster. They are specially designed for those who want a high-performance boat which also offers stability and which have a spacious and comfortable interior for long distance navigations. These boats can have two or three cabins.

They may have a length of between 35 to 50 feet, which makes them comfortable enough to spend a few days on board but are not too big like the regatta boats or cruisers. In this type of boat, the priorities have to coexist in a relatively small space: for example it is important that they have enough room to move on the bridge space, but they don't have to offer all the amenities of a cruiser, such as a bimini cover, tables in the cockpit, or other elements that may interfere with its manoeuvrability.

The racer-cruiser offers fast, complex navigation, but may sometimes sacrifice a bit of speed to ensure a longer life of the sails and better manoeuvrability.