A cruiser-racer, sometimes referred to as a 'racer-cruiser' or a 'performance cruiser', is a sailing yacht designed with some compromises for comfort, while trying to maximise performance. They will be generally lighter and faster than a boat designed purely for cruising and may well utilise more expensive building materials to achieve this. Differences are likely to include a deeper keel and larger more race-orientated rig than cruising boats. Meanwhile, they generally feature more comfortable accommodation and a more luxurious interior that pure-bred racing yachts. They are very popular with many sailors who enjoy racing occasionally, but also want to be able to go cruising with their family. Some classes have well-developed racing due to their popularity and may even have their own class starts at large events such as Cowes Week or the Round the Island Week.