A strongly built cutter designed with a particular purpose in mind bareboat chartering.
The CSY 37, designed by Peter Schmitt, is the mid-sized boat In the CSY line. Primarily designed for the Caribbean bareboat charter trade, 87 of the raised-deck cutters were built. Schmitt has combined some features most often found in "traditional" boats the oval stem, raised deck, and semi-clipper bow with a relatively modern underbody featuring a fairly long fin keel and a skeg-mounted rudder. On paper, the boat looks pretty good. In person, she is rather tubby and high-sided.
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