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Projects with Cruisers Yachts: Stay Tuned!

NOVEMBER 18, 2021

DLBA Naval Architects is proud of our longtime relationship with Cruisers Yachts, which is getting an exciting new installment. We can’t share all the details, but we are stoked! Cruisers produces sensational yachts including bow riders, the exciting GLS series, and the preeminent Cantius, which is offered in both Coupe and Flybridge layouts.

 

Previous collaborations between DLBA and Cruisers include the Cantius 56 and Cantius 60. On these, DLBA provided naval architecture and structural design as well as various design and engineering support on a significant portion of their product line.

On our latest and greatest teaming efforts with the crew at Cruisers, we are looking at exciting new design ideas and highly efficient hull forms. Working together, we are developing structural arrangements and lightweight, but strong laminates which meet ISO requirements. These structures will help to contribute, along with new hull forms, to an efficient overall design, maximizing performance, stability, and ride quality. DLBA looks forward to future collaborations and continuing to offer superior naval architecture and engineering services to the Cruisers team. Stay tuned!

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