February 3, 2014

New Model: Cutwater 30 Command Bridge

Fluid Motions Inc launched the Cutwater brand in 2011 with the 26 and 28 models.  The company has since then presented a new 30 model which has so far been developed in three styles the last being this Command Bridge.  Launched at the start of this year in this latest variant, the Cutwater 30 Command Bridge features all the goodness of the smaller models; unique stepped hull with protective propeller skeg keel, impressive six berth accommodation, trail-ability, and the conveyance of more space thanks to the bigger size. Accommodation is for six persons in three separate areas; fore cabin, midships double berth, and the convertible dinette in the saloon.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 10.46 m (34.9ft)
Hull Length - 9.14 m
Beam - 3.05 m
Draft - 0.73 m ex props
Displacement - 4980 kg dry
Fuel Capacity - 681 l
Water Capacity - 302 l
Accommodation - 4 + 2 berths
Engines - 1 x Volvo D6 370hp
Propulsion - shaft with protection skeg keel
Hull Shape - stepped hull with tapered intake tunnels 

1 comment:

  1. If the 30's efficiency is anywhere near that of the 28's, then this will be an incredibly ingenious 30'-class boat. Of the many particulars of Fluid Motion's Ranger Tug 31 Flybridge, the only thing you seem to lose on the Cutwater 30 Command is the walkaround-ability. Oh yeah, and the speed limit and inefficiency of the Tug's full displacement hull.