While she remains loyal to our full displacement hull form and traditional exterior aesthetic, the Krogen 50' Open breaks the mold with an open and continuous saloon/galley/pilothouse main deck. For customers who have dreamt of a Kadey-Krogen with a walk-in engine room, Portuguese bridge, and a main deck layout that is continuous from saloon to pilothouse, your dream has come true. The Krogen 50' Open is revolutionary for Kadey-Krogen Yachts and is not a replacement for the legendary Krogen 48s or popular Krogen 52'. She's a model all her own and appeals to a new segment of Kadey-Krogen enthusiasts-those seeking an ocean-going yacht, that is as social and open for a large group of people as an express-style cruiser or traditional sedan-style boat.
Entering the Krogen 50' Open happens through one of five, full walk-through boarding doors for easy access, no matter if high fixed piers, low fixed piers or floating docks are present. Upon entering the saloon of the Krogen 50' Open from the cockpit (through a weather-tight sliding door), it is obvious this is not a typical raised pilothouse offshore trawler. An "L-shaped" settee to port with storage below and additional seating starboard, enhanced by four large picture windows, make up the spacious saloon. Moving forward, the galley is outfitted with a Sub-Zero® refrigerator/freezer, Viking® range, optional dishwasher, ample pantry and cabinet storage, and pullout trash and recycle bins. Exclusive to the Krogen 50' Open, the pilothouse, elevated by a single step, is situated on the main deck, immediately forward of the saloon and galley. A retractable partition wall, designed to separate the galley from the pilothouse, can be raised for night running or privacy.
Below, the master stateroom and guest accommodations are available in either a midship master with VIP cabin forward, or a master-forward, three-cabin arrangement. Either layout can be customized to meet an owner's desires, and both options have a master suite that entails a maximum-comfort queen island berth with drawer storage below, a private head and roomy his/her closets. Each design is also appointed with a guest head and luxurious washer and dryer closet. Also below, the stand-up engine room with an incredible six and a half feet of head room, houses either single or twin engines and the industry's finest systems and equipment.
Out of doors, the Krogen 50' Open is designed with a Portuguese bridge, port and starboard wing stations, and an uncluttered foredeck with waist-high bow railings. Additionally, she has an unprecedented flybridge (modeled after the new Krogen 58' EB) entertaining area and large boat deck. The flybridge is available with an optional hardtop and summer kitchen.
The Krogen 50'Open is the Kadey-Krogen model many have waited for. She offers the best of both worlds-a private pilothouse that has the ability to open and engage in all that's happening aboard.
since the first Kadey-Krogen was launched in 1977, our yachts have confidently cruised the world. No other builder has our length of experience or dedicated owner feedback, and as a result, the new generation of Kadey-Krogens are by far the best long-range choice available - on any sea. To learn more about the design and construction of a Kadey-Krogen click here: http://kadeykrogen.com/design/integrity
For additional information on a new Krogen 50' Open click here: http://kadeykrogen.com/50/
|49' (15 meters)
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Tucker grew up on the water in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and as a kid spent his summers sailing and water skiing, and throughout high school and college driving the launches and working at the Newport Yacht Club. Tucker entered the marine industry after graduating from Plymouth State College in New Hampshire with a degree in business management. His primary focus throughout the years has been in sales, marketing, and after-sales service. He began his career at Sunsail Yacht Charters, booking sailing vacations and selling boats into Sunsail's charter fleet. After spending a year in Thailand with Sunsail, he returned to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and spent the next seven years with The Catamaran Company. Most recently, his work leading the North American Sales and Dealers Network for Grand Banks Yachts earned respect among his peers and cemented his passion for the cruising segment of the powerboat industry.