Introducing the Crossover
The Crossover is a 49' cruising trimaran powered by an inboard diesel engine. It's different than any other yacht out there. The styling, construction, and price are all revolutionary. Watch the video for a complete explanation:
The Crossover was developed in response to the out of control cost of conventional recreational yachts. Luxury yachts used to cost as much as a modest vacation home or a couple of car payments. The Crossover brings those times back.
Comfortable one level interior
The cubic styling of the house allows for a spacious and comfortable one level interior. High ceilings and large windows are unlike any other yacht of similar size. The Crossover is a two stateroom, one head yacht with an emphasis on comfort and usability. The full beam master has aft cockpit access and incredible views of passing scenery. The second stateroom has bunks that can fold up or down depending on which of the four cabin configurations desired: stateroom with bunks, sitting room with sofa, walk in closet, or office.
Excellent galley, head, staterooms
The large galley and breakfast bar are open to the salon and feature the same high ceilings and plentiful natural light. The head features a unique tub under the spacious shower. The master stateroom also has a washer/dryer.
Affordable quality through smarter engineering
The Crossover was designed around a very unique system of unibody construction. When bonded together, the five major fiberglass parts that make up the yacht are incredibly strong. The unibody construction saves materials and makes the boat lighter weight, but more importantly saves thousands of hours in labor over conventional yacht construction. In other words, we've invested time and energy up front to build complex molds, to dramatically simplify production and offer a more affordable high quality yacht.
Efficient, stable hull
Below the waterline, the Crossover's tri-hull shape is extremely efficient and very stable. It takes minimal effort to push, meaning it burns less fuel, increases cruising range, and requires a smaller and less expensive engine. Above the waterline the bow is high for cruising in rougher water, including protected salt water like the San Juan Islands and Puget Sound.
Engine: Volvo D3 170 HP inboard diesel (1)
Bow + stern thrusters: standard
Fuel: 140 gallons
Water: 140 gallons
Holding tank: 140 gallons
Gray water (optional): 140 gallons
Cruise: estimated 10 knots
Availability & Price:
We expect to have the first Crossover complete in August and more available before the end of the year. We're offering special introductory pricing at $379,900. Contact us as soon as you can for information on ordering!
Looking for the WaterLoft?
Last year we built a concept boat called the WaterLoft. The WaterLoft was very well received by the boating community and we decided to make some changes before we went into production. We ended up with something so dramatically different in so many ways that we gave it a new name: the Crossover. Though both vessels share some cubic styling characteristics on top, the Crossover features different propulsion, hull shape, layout, construction, and intended use.