cabin cruiser

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a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board

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According to the Japan Boating Industry Association, shipments of motor boats in 2006 decreased for the second straight year, but those of large boats with a length of more than 10 meters increased 56 percent over the year before to 159, testifying to the popularity of cabin cruisers.
Inboard cabin cruisers, most of which are high-priced luxury vessels, will see the most rapid growth and will maintain their status as the largest single category of boats in value terms, reaching $3.
There are special saver prices on cabin cruisers sailing the Norfolk Broads.
5 L model has been used primarily in gen-set applications and is also seen as a propulsion engine for larger sailboats and cabin cruisers.
Boat manufacturers in this industry build boats, cabin cruisers, dinghies, jet boats, patrol boats and rowboats for navies and coast guards.
At any point along this pedestrian route, if you lean on a railing and gaze out over the bay, you'll likely survey a flotilla of astounding diversity: recreational sailboats bent against the wind, Navy warships in a no-nonsense shade of gray, cabin cruisers, commercial fishing boats, kayaks, water taxis, tour boats, ferries.
Buyers can shop more than 200 exhibitors displaying ski boats, fishing boats, cabin cruisers, bow riders, pontoons and personal watercraft.
Challenger boats, which have received worldwide recognition, include high-performance boats and a variety of sport boats and family cruisers - open bows, cuddies, deck boats, cabin cruisers, fishing yachts.