Motor yachtCarver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht

Specifications of Carver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht

The motor yacht Carver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht had been produced by the brand Carver since 2013. Carver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht is a 13.08 meters planing yacht with flybridge with a draft of 0.79 meters.

13.08m  / 42' 11"
4.09m  / 13' 6"
0.79m  / 2' 8"
Deadweight, t
Fuel capacity, l
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Passenger capacity
Berths for guests
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Manufacturer's data
41 Cockpit Motor Yacht
Period of manufacture
from 2013

Overview of Carver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht

The Cradle 41 Cascade Motor Yacht is a typical «American» woman on the outside and inside. This motor flybridge yacht can surprise and even frighten an unprepared European yachtsman. Instead of a control station, the spacious saloon is decorated with a real kitchen with dinette and the steering console is equipped only on the flybridge. The master cabin is located aft and has a separate entrance from the cockpit, a luxury for a 12-meter boat unprecedented in Europe. Finally, her origins are provided by our rare Crusader petrol engines with 330-385 hp, with which the yacht gains up to 30 knots. Despite these strange and unusual appearance of the Old World, the Crusader 41 has a good habitability and navigability.

Яхта Carver 41 Cockpit Motor Yacht is out of production. To buy a used one or to choose a similar model, please contact your yacht broker or use the form below to send a request
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