Bruce Roberts boats for sale

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Bruce Roberts overview

Bruce Roberts is a classic yacht builder in the boating world. YachtWorld currently has 47 Bruce Roberts yachts for sale, including 2 new vessels and 45 used yachts, listed by experienced yacht brokers and boat dealerships mainly in the following countries: United States, Canada, Spain, United Kingdom and Malaysia.

What type of yachts does Bruce Roberts build?

Bruce Roberts models can differ in size and length from 28 feet to 74 feet with unique boat hull types including displacement, monohull, semi-displacement and other. They are frequently used for traditional, time-honored on-the-water activities such as overnight cruising, sailing and day cruising. Bruce Roberts designs models with inboard and electric propulsion systems, available in diesel and other fuel systems.

What Bruce Roberts is the best?

Some of the most popular Bruce Roberts models currently include: 44, 43, Mauritius 43, “57” Pilothouse Trawler and 1200. Various classic and vintage Bruce Roberts models, built as far back as 1977, are currently offered for sale by specialized yacht brokers on YachtWorld. Many sleek, more modern yachts built as recently as 2018 are available from professional yacht dealers and brokerages around the world.

How much do Bruce Roberts boats cost?

Bruce Roberts boats for sale on YachtWorld are offered at a swath of prices from $11,074 on the lower-cost segment all the way up to $448,458 for the highly-specialized, bespoke models. Top-of-the-line models can take motors up to an exceptional 1,200 horsepower, while lighter-weight models may have as low as 18 horsepower engines (although the average motor size is 85 HP).

Why are Bruce Roberts boats popular?

Bruce Roberts boats are sought-after for their Cruisers, Ketch, Sloop, Trawler and Center Cockpit. These vessels generally have an exceedingly deep draft and exceptionally wide beam, qualities that make them a favorite for overnight cruising, sailing and day cruising.

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