The Steeler Bronson 50 is the first powerboat on the market to offer you a fabulous open connection between the suave cruiser-style interior areas and luxurious launch-like outdoor spaces. Blending the sleek lines of a powerboat with the luxuries of a motoryacht, this remarkable split-level layout is set to change everything.
Optimal enjoyment of every different space from bow to stern is assured thanks to the integrated cockpit and cabin area, which is in effect designed as one open space where all the people onboard can easily stay in touch with each other. Let’s walk through the Bronson 50 design together, starting at the stern.
Furthest aft is a wind-protected bench complete with side tables (with storage underneath, making best use of every inch in true Steeler style). This is one of those places on a boat where owners and guests often wish they could sit but typically cannot. Moving forward, expansive sun beds have a back rest that slides aft or forward so you can choose which way to lie and in which direction. Under the lounge bed is another large storage area, with room for a dinghy if you wish.
Approaching amidships are comfy lounge benches to port and starboard, each with a table. At least eight people can enjoy lunch or cocktails here in outstanding comfort and sheltered from the wind.
The kings of the cockpit can sit on the four professional helm seats looking forward as one or more operates the widescreen helm and co-driver console.
If watching the world go by makes you peckish, you can step down into the kitchenette to rustle up drinks and food while still maintaining direct contact with the people who are at the helm or chilling on the bow rider seating. The split-level lounge is another nice place to relax on the sofa while still feeling very much in the thick of the action. This whole area can be closed off at the push of a button with a glass hatch roof and glass sides should the weather becomes inclement.
As if this wasn’t enough, you also have a superb, spacious interior at your leisure, including a full-beam cabin below the flybridge and a standing-room-height master suite forward with a shower room. The lounge settee also converts into a bed, so you can actually go on trips with up to six guests staying onboard.
All in all, this is a phenomenal amount of space below for a 50-footer – and just as much room outside to enjoy the al fresco life. What are you waiting for?