The design brief for this project was to offer exceptional space, layout, comfort and performance in a design unique from previous cruisers models. The client was looking for a modern, aggressive, euro-styled look that would maintain interior spaces and ergonomics important to their customer. The design allowed for large interior spaces without compromising the overall proportions of the profile.
The full-beam master stateroom is possibly the largest in class with a total deck space of over 244 sq. ft. (23 sq. m), and contains a household-size king-size bed, something that is not always possible in boats even of this size. The headroom is full-standing height for the entirety of the cabin, innovatively, it was not necessary to drop the deck between the stringers in order to provide that, and as a result, the entire master cabin deck is on one level. Below deck, the accommodation of the new 60 Cantius measures over 39′ (11.9 m) from the crash bulkhead forward to the master stateroom’s aft bulkhead, separating it from the engine room. When standing at the helm, you once again have full-height headroom, and the large wind-shield and side window offer expansive visibility.
The 60 Cantius has no fewer than five entertaining venues including the graceful bow with reverse crescent seating, port and starboard sun lounges, and room for two tables for cocktails. Furthermore, a large salon amidships with a U-shaped settee with a large sofa opposite that can easily seat six to eight people. This original, optimized design functions so well because it allows interior volume, space and maximum visibility while still achieving the sleek exterior lines of a modern cruiser.