The 605 Cruiser has gotten longer and wider compared to its predecessor,
but it’s still our most compact cruiser. The redesign gives you a bigger, more streamlined boat. Also interesting to know: your increased cruising comfort is coupled with longer cruising, thanks to the biggest fuel tank in this category.
As you know, a bigger boat is often a safer boat. You enter and leave the 605 Cruiser via a clearly defined step-in/step-out area. The large swim platform with motor
well step ensures easy access into the water and back onto the deck. Also, if you bring your kids and they can’t sit still (no surprises there), that’s completely fine. The high foredeck railing and the deep cockpit allow them to move around in all safety during family cruises.
As the boat’s captain, you’ll be happy to see that your swivel seat is now mounted on a polyester pedestal base, for improved comfort. Your co-pilot, in a similar seat, looks straight at cleverly placed steps to the foredeck. This unique design allows for a cabin door in the middle of the cockpit. The semi-transparent door, an opening portlight and a deck hatch let light and air into the cabin. Inside, a double berth fits 2 people who love spending the night afloat.
Up to 6 people find at least as many ways to spend time on the 605 Cruiser. The foredeck is convertible into a large sun lounge with a central backrest cushion. At the back, blue skies ask for the optional second sun lounge to be deployed. In case of grey clouds, however, a bimini is deployed just as fast. The other option? Find shelter in the cabin, it doubles as a U-shaped seating area and as a berth for 2.
Your personal belongings stay dry in storage spaces underneath the swim platform and below the aft seating. A third storage space is integrated under the seating area of the cabin. Of course, the fenders and optional features such as an enclosure or a dining table all have their own spaces just as well.