performance meets comfort

The CR 385 provides excellent performance combined with great stability. Although the CR 385 is the smallest boat in the CR range it still comes with many different options. There are for example 3 different keels, 4 rigs to choose from, you can be sure that you can get a configuration that suits you. A 19/20 partial conventional rig combined with a moderate 1.75 m draft is standard, furling rig or 7/8 partial carbon rig are some of the options.

There are several different layouts to choose from with 2 or 3 cabins. The are also different styles to choose from, classic or modern, mahogany or European white oak. Whichever you choose you will find a beautifully hand crafted interior with generous storage. LOA: 11.10 m | LWL: 9.75 m | Beam: 3.63 m | Draft: 1.75 m | Displ: 6450 kg | Keel: 2750 kg


Please note that the gallery above shows the CR370 predecessor to the CR385 with a white oak interior.



Length overall 11.30 m / 37′ 1”

Length waterline 10.46 m / 34′ 4″

Beam 3.85 m / 12′ 8”

Draft 1.80-2.10 m / 5′ 11”-6′ 11″


Displacement 6,450 kg / 14,220 lbs

Ballast 2,750 kg / 6,063 lbs


Type: Yanmar 3YM30AE

Power: 21.3 kW / 29 hp


Water capacity approx. 240 litres / 63.4 US gal

Water heater 40 litres / 10.6 US gal

Diesel capacity approx. 140 litres / 37 US gal

Holding capacity approx. 60 litres / 15.8 US gal

Tank quality – Stainless steel



Mast height above waterline 17 m / 55′ 9″

SAIL AREA (approx.)

Furling main sail  41m² / 441 ft²

Self-tacking jib  34 m² /  366 ft²

Gennaker (optional) 95 m² / 1023 ft²


The interior layout of the CR370 is both practical and spacious. The standard layout provides two double berths, large galley, head with separate shower and an equipment room/wet locker.

At CR Yachts we pride ourselves on being adaptable to our customer’s bespoke requirements, any layout can be altered to suit the customer.

The deck has been kept as clear as possible without compromising any sailing or safety components.