Aspen C90

The single-diesel design means efficient cruising, while her overall size makes the C90 the ideal boat for a couple with a bad case of wanderlust.

When the design team first set out to create the C90, they were establishing what would become the Aspen pedigree of efficiency and onboard comfort, in a boat that would also be suitable for trailering.

C90 Journey

The design includes many standard features, such as a master forward with a king-size berth, and a separate enclosed head with shower. In the salon, a dinette seats four and also converts to a double berth. The galley runs along the port side of the salon and is equipped with a propane stove and oven and a refrigerator. A quarterberth is beneath the galley, with access from the main salon. The cockpit area measures 5 feet long by 9 feet wide, with stairs to either side offering access to the side decks.

A wide swim platform eases access to the water and a transom door with gate simplifies boarding. A cruise-ready pack and an aluminum trailer round out the options list on this capable coastal cruiser. With a single 150-horsepower Volvo Penta D3 diesel in the starboard hull and an 80-gallon fuel capacity, the C90 can cruise at 18 mph with a range of 245 miles. Or slow it down to 7 mph for a range of 497 nautical miles, with a 10-percent fuel reserve.

Aspen C90








80 gal.


45 sq.ft.



  • LOA: 30’ 5”
  • Beam: 10’
  • Draft 1/2 Tanks: 33”
  • Est. Weight Dry: 7,900 lb.
  • Standard Power: 150-hp Volvo Penta D3
  • Fuel: 80 gal.
  • Range at 18: 290 miles
  • Cockpit: 45 sq.ft.
  • Water: 50 gal.
  • Waste: 26 gal.
  • Head: 1
  • Master Stateroom: King
  • Bridge Clearance, Mast Down, in water: 8’ 0’’
  • Bridge Clearance, Mast Down, on trailer: 12’ 6’’
Aspen C90 Layout
C90 Interior Layout

Performance of The Aspen C90

W/ 10% Reserves