Underway Aboard the Velasco 37F

Image3It’s hard to get around the fact that new boats, especially cruising boats, can get expensive. That’s why one of the best features of the Velasco 37F is the price. Right from the very beginning, the Velasco 37 was designed and built with affordability in mind. Powered by twin Volvo D4s or optional D6s, the Velasco 37F, nicely equipped, will power away for just under 500K.

Designed by Tony Castro and the Jeanneau design team, the 37F (F for flybridge) sports classic lines with a modern flare. On nice days, the flybridge is the place to be but there is also a very nice interior helm station that you will want to use when the weather is too wet or too hot to steer from the bridge.

Flybridge

Enjoy the spacious flybridge when the weather allows or slip below to the comfortable main salon

The main salon has been pushed out as far as possible to give the 37F a very open feeling that gives it the look and feel of a much larger vessel. Large vertical windows add to the overall feeling of open space and gives the interior plenty of natural light that we all crave for. Here too is the galley which is situated aft just inside the double sliding doors.

Main Salon

The main salon is open, airy, modern, practical and extremely comfortable

Dip below and you’ll find a nice two cabin arrangement with the master cabin located all the way forward and a second guest cabin located aft. And while this compact cruiser has only one head and shower, it’s good-sized and is centrally located for easy access by all aboard.

Main Cabin

The great owner’s cabin forward, makes being aboard the 37F a real delight

Guest Cabin1

The guest cabin offers plenty of room for an additional couple or other members of the family. Nice right?

All things considered, there is a lot of boat aboard the Velasco 37. And for anyone looking for something larger, well… there is always the Velasco 43F.

Enjoy the ride!

 

 

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