Yamarin Cross 62 Bow Rider
The more than 6-metre-long Cross 62 BR offers good space for seven persons and is equally at home in day cruising, water sports, coastal connections and commuting.
The boat handles extremely well and runs steadily even in adverse weather. Owing to its sporty nature, it is also a great companion for water sports. With the maximum recommended engine power provided by a 130-hp Yamaha outboard, the boat attains a top speed of about 38 knots.
Yamarin Cross 57 Bow Rider
The Cross 57 BR offers excellent handling characteristics for speedy boating. This versatile and safe boat is excellent for water sports, day trips or as a tender. High and sturdy bow and aft railings increase safety. Behind the boat’s high windshield lies an intermediate space that is sheltered and the most spacious in the size class. The boat has fixed fender racks and an impressive dark aluminium floor as standard equipment.
Yamarin Cross 54 Bow Rider
The protective and high-sided open space of the Cross 54 BR is safe for even the smallest passengers in the family. This spacious boat, that is suited for diverse boating, provides shelter for up to six passengers and its deck surface area is spacious enough to carry even larger amounts of goods. Getting on board from bow, stern or sides is easy thanks to the practical stepping platforms.
All 2020 Yamarin Cross boat models will be equipped with the advanced Cross Q infotainment system. The Cross Q's large and easy-to-use touchscreen brings together electronic charts, an on-board computer and an infotainment system as part of a motorboat’s basic set-up.
The Cross Q’s standard features include an Internet connection, C-Map electronic charts, Yamaha Engine Interface, local weather data and a Wi-Fi hotspot which can be used to share the Cross Q’s internet connection for other devices.
Music from appropriate data sources can be played wirelessly through the system’s applications. An easy-to-use FM and DAB radio is available. With the advanced wireless functions, the Cross Q is also economical in terms of power consumption, allowing you to enjoy music all day while out on the water.
The Cross Q is an easy-to-use system that eradicates the need to acquire separate pieces of boating equipment such as a chart plotter or sonar. Moreover, the helm will look better and be more ergonomic, as there is no longer a need for a collection of separate instruments each conveying piecemeal engine data.
The Cross Q system with a 10-inch display comes as standard in all new Yamarin Cross boats in the 2020 line-up.
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