From the builder of Boating’s 2019 Boat of the Year comes the Axopar 25 Cross Bow.
At a glance, this new boat sports a long waterline, a double-stepped hull, a narrow(ish) beam, a low freeboard and outboard power, features designed to maximize the performance, efficiency and seakeeping of its fleet mates.
Multipurpose functionality proves another marker in the Axopar DNA evinced by the 25: It will serve as either a dayboat or a weekender. The cuddy features two berths, a head, a sink and a seat. Atop the cuddy, crew can recline in the lounge, access the anchor locker, or step off the bow as needed with ease.
Choose from three different cockpit layouts: a six-person, U-shaped sofa; a multistorage compartment with seating (either for four seated sideways or two facing forward with an aft sun pad); or the standard rear bench seat for two. An all-weather fixed top with an opening section is available. Those seeking a boat for fishing, diving, overnighting and watersports take notice. The price? It won’t be available until January 2022.