At almost nine metres long, the Yamarin 88 Day Cruiser offers a comfortable boat ride for 12 people and sleeps up to five persons in its two cabins.
The handling characteristics of the Yamarin 88 DC will please even the very demanding helmsmen. The boat feels stable also at higher speeds and rougher weather. The Yamarin 88 DC’s maximum engine rating is the Yamaha F350 V8 that produces a top speed of over 45 knots.
The Yamarin 88 Day Cruiser has been designed to be a pleasant boat to ride in and spend time on. Its cockpit, the largest of any boat in this size category, serves as a good-sized social area for a larger crowd as well. This space opens up behind the helm, with a comfortably cushioned G-shaped sofa for 8–10 people and an expandable table in the middle. The pentry features a stove and a wash basin, and its handy worktop folds up neatly. The refrigerator is placed below the stove. The drawers situated underneath the co-driver’s seat provide practical storage space for dishes, for example.
A 16-inch Yamarin Q smart display is located conveniently right in front of the helmsman. The Yamarin Q is a multi-functional on-board computer and infotainment system that combines the boat’s instruments, electronic charts, operating manuals and management of many different accessories onto a single touchscreen that is clear to read and easy to use.
The boat has two cabins, each with its separate entrance. The roomy owners cabin in the bow comfortably sleeps two persons and also houses a separate water toilet with nice volume and a wash basin. The skylights situated on both sides of the deck let plenty of natural light into the cabin, which is also fitted with several sources of indirect light. An additional cabin with a twin berth for two persons is located below the open space in the back. This sleeping area is easily accessed by lifting up the hinged section of the open-space seating right behind the helm. The same area also doubles as a handy stowage compartment when not required for sleeping.