Explorer can handle deep
THE CruiseCraft Explorer 595 has been built for the hard-core recreational fishermen who head way offshore to the deep blue waters where game fish run.
This is a new generation design which features a finer entry up along the stem creating a deeper and more heavily flared bow.
As a combined package of features, boaters will appreciate the softer and dryer ride.
While the proven CruiseCraft hull geometry continues, the Explorer 595 has a host of new features.
A new sleek deck profile has been created and tooled.
This incorporates a recessed toe rail for safe access to the bow.
Inside the cockpit there is a fulllength patterned fibreglass floor liner that extends up the sides to just under the gunwale, new-style bucket seats with revised upholstery design, a modular dash panel which accommodates large-scale electronics and a rear underfloor storage tank.
Technically, the CruiseCraft Explorer 595 boasts a true hull length of 5.95m or 6.35m overall if the bowsprit is included.
The Explorer 595 has a beam of 2.44m and is just 1cm narrower than the bigger 625 series, therefore assuring the hull of a stable ride.
The deadrise of 20 delivers a classic smooth CruiseCraft ride, even in a short and nasty chop and at rest the wide chines give stability like no other.
Under the cockpit floor, the CruiseCraft designers have moved the fuel tank further forward to provide a better balanced hull.
This move allows for the large storage bin or kill tank to be positioned aft.
CruiseCraft has rated the CruiseCraft Explorer 595 to carry either a two or fourstroke outboard on the transom with a recommended horse power rating of 150.