Cruisers Yachts has a long history of building quality boats since the Thomson Brothers started them in 1904. Still going strong today, that speaks volumes about the commitment they have to building quality boats.
Cruisers was long associated with entry level boats that were big on features and better suited to sheltered water. The 4270 is the breakout model that puts Cruisers Yachts into the upper tier of production boats. The 4270 is a large express cruiser with style and quality to rival the Sea Ray and Regal brands. Cruisers will no longer be seen as floating hotel rooms.
You will notice the quality work and a design that facilitates real cruising, not merely a floating party platform. The boat is easy to get around. Seating is ample and comfortable, but not obtrusive and overpowering as on some express cruisers. There is a nice traffic flow from stem to stern.
The Cruisers 4270 Express, with a blend of comfort and performance, features a mid cabin suite with a comfortable second stateroom with private head and standup changing area. Her sleek lines and broad beam conceal a roomy interior layout, which also includes a spacious master stateroom located forward, a fully equipped U-shaped galley, with Princess stove, microwave and a big fridge, and a convertible dinette / sofa with crescent-shaped seating. The mid ship suite incorporates twin berths that can be converted to a king-size bed using a self-storing filler cushion. Adjoining this stateroom is a private changing area with full headroom, plenty of storage, and a private head with shower, all located behind a bulkhead and door.
Being able to sit on the main stateroom bed without hitting your head; the cherry wood floors in the extra-large galley; six-and-a-half feet of headroom; a salon TV and a mid-cabin you actually want to spend some time in, help make this Cruisers memorable. In fact, the mid-cabin boasts the biggest closet on the boat, not to mention the biggest bed. The twin berths can be converted to a king-size bed using a filler cushion. A large mirror to the left gives the feeling that you aren't closed in. That's accentuated by the full-size stand-up shower in the rear head. The mirrors, padding, drawers and cushioned walls all serve to make guests and family feel pampered. AC and heat make the cabin useable in all weather.
From the dock, the boat is just as impressive. The reverse radar arch, integrated bow pulpit, white gel coat and gold Cruisers lettering help enhance the thoroughbred racehorse image the 4270 wants to express.
For those who delight in outdoor activities, the 4270 is perfect for entertaining family and friends. The spacious cockpit includes removable, wrap-around seating, a well-appointed wet bar with refrigerator and ice maker, an extended swim platform with boarding ladder, and a walk-through windshield for easy foredeck access.
Packing turbo power, the 4270 handles like a sport boat. Cat 3126 power, dependable and economical. Only 540 hours, hardly broken in. The helm station is set off by the lacquered steering wheel with shifters to the left for easy docking. All switches and gauges are easy to see and activate. Electronics include Furuno Radar, depth, VHF, GPS and more. There is a compass and stereo also. The helm has room for a paper chartbook if you prefer.
This cruisers has most of the options you would need. Sunpad on the fore deck. Onan gennie with 719 hours. A nice Clarion stereo with speakers throughout the boat.
In the event of inclement weather, this boat is equipped with a Bimini top, side curtains, and a camper top.
This cruisers is located on freshwater Lake of the Ozarks and has been kept under cover.