cabin cruiser

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A classic cabin cruiser (1912)

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cabin cruiser (plural cabin cruisers)

  1. (nautical) A motorboat which has enclosed living quarters, especially a privately owned pleasure craft.
    • 1917, Ralph Henry Barbour, chapter 4, in The Adventure Club Afloat:
      A hundred yards away a cluster of boys on the deck of a sturdy cabin-cruiser swung their caps and sent a hail across.
    • 1963 July 5, "Perils of the Surface," Time:
      Today the ubiquitous cabin cruiser seems to many a Sunday skipper like nothing more than a watertight version of the car he left parked at the marina.
    • 2007 Nov. 5, Denyse Renne, "Lost at sea; no sign of brothers for 3 months," Trinidad and Tobago Express:
      The Franks were lost on July 5, shortly after leaving Grenada on their cabin cruiser Reel Lucky.