Netherlands. Cantia introduces new version of 28' Cabin Cruiser

Friday, 23 December 2011


Cantia offers a new version of its 28’ Cabin Cruiser. In the new version the model is extended with a spacious bathing platform. The entrance to the bathing platform has been made comfortable by a door.

At the exhibition Bot Holland, held in February 2012, the existing version of the Cantia 28’ Cabin Cruiser will be exhibited (standnr. 4031). The new version will be availabe as of the spring of next year.  

Cantia 28’ Cabin Cruiser

The design of the Cantia is derived from the English pilot boats and is suitable for both inland waters and the open sea. The Cantia 28’ Cabin Cruiser has a closed salon and steering position, with wide doors opening to the open cockpit. The wide gangways, reliable Volvo Penta engines and stable sailing characteristics make it a boat that’s easy and relaxing to handle. The interior of the boat is perfectly finished with warm teak wood.

Technical specifications:

L.o.a.                           :           8,45 m.

Beam                           :           3,23 m.

Draught                        :           0,90 m.

Air draught                   :           2,40 m.

Fuel tank                      :           215 l.

Fresh Water tank          :           170 l.

Holding tank                 :           95 l.

Berths                          :           depending on layout

Engine             :           Volvo Penta D2/55 HS25A  41kW / 55 hp.

Weight                         :           +/- 4.500 kg

CE-design category      :           B (sea going)

Cantia and Pedro-Boat

Cantia is a Dutch product made by Pedro-Boat. The Pedro-Boat shipyard is one of the leading shipyards for cabin cruisers up to 15 meters in Europe and offers jobs to approximately 45 employees. Since its foundation in 1973, the yard has produced and delivered more than 1.700 boats throughout Europe and outside. The extensive product range of Pedro-Boat is characterized by a sharp price-quality ratio and a timeless design.   

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