All new for 2016, the Escape RT Cruze model continues the tradition of each log being a true hull all to itself.  Each Escape log is tapered from the bow to the stern, the same way a traditional boat hull is, delivering a softer ride and creating lift as the log moves through the water.  Viewed from the end of each log, you’ll notice sharp angled chines on the bottom – just like you’d find on a modern day boat hull –  that serve to improve both the lift and planning aspects of the ‘log’. This reduces drag and increases fuel efficiency. Hence Larson coined the term ‘Tapered Tube Technology’.

The new RT Cruze model features two forward facing lounges up front capable of seating three guests each.  The helm lies approximately amid-ships with an –l-shaped lounge slightly to aft and positioned to port.  The fore and aft boarding gates are stainless steel and allow air to flow through them. The exterior polished fiberglass body panels feature colour choices of black, red, blue or charcoal colour bands on a white back-ground. A Shoreland’r trailer is standard.

SPECIFICATIONS

Length:  20’ 0” / 6.0 m
Beam:  8’ 6” / 2.59 m
Number of Tubes:  2
Maximum HP:  90
Person Capacity:  9
Weight:  1600 lbs / 726 kgs
Fuel Capacity:  25 gals / 95 L
MSRP:  $20,595 USD with a Mercury 40 hp

larson-escape-rt-cruze-qrFor more information:

Larson Boats, LLC.
700 Paul Larson Memorial Drive
Little Falls, MN 56345-1100
www.larsonescape.com 

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Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 20 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and three teenage daughters have traveled all over North America, but choose to keep their floating home on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.