The CR 400 DS is a classic deck saloon yacht from well-known CR Yachts of Orust. Charlie Rutgersson and his team have built a yacht with comfortable spaces, solid quality and great sailing performance. The design is elegant and slender for a deck saloon yacht, the superstructure is low and the deck layout is well thought out and functional. The big advantage of these yachts is the spacious interior with a raised deck section that gives an unbeatable view and closeness to the sea and surroundings. The interior is made of Khaya mahogany and there are several smart and luxurious solutions on board. The cockpit is well optimized for sailing with everything necessary within easy reach from the helm position. The yacht is easily sailed with a small crew thanks to the furling mast and jib, which is launched on a self-tacking track. In the cockpit and on the aft deck, there is also plenty of storage space, giving the opportunity to go on a longer trip, something that this bluewater cruiser has no problem with!
The layout of the CR 400 DS offers, in addition to the raised deck-salon part, a navigation seat, which with the help of electronic engine controls and autopilot, functions perfectly as a driver’s seat below deck. Aft of this, on the starboard side is a spacious toilet with a separate shower area. On the port side at the companionway there is an aft cabin with two berths. Between the raised saloon and the Owner’s cabin in the bow, there is a galley which feels both large and spacious with practical surfaces and lots of storage space.
This CR 400 DS, KUNG BYXLÖS has been sailing on the east coast since 2009 with her second owner. The yacht has a high level of equipment with everything necessary for a comfortable life on board. The owner has upgraded the sail wardrobe and technical equipment and she has been stored indoors during the winter.
The CR 400 DS has most of what characterizes an Orust yacht and if you are looking for a yacht with a deck saloon, be sure not to miss this one. She is located in Kungsör and can be shown at Kungsör’s Boatyard.