Introduced in 2006, she rides on a deep-V hull with cored hullsides, prop pockets, and a solid fiberglass bottom. She offers vertical hull ports and seamless hardtop with aft sunshade and lush accommodations. 6'7" of cabin headroom, a huge mid-stateroom, and a private bow stateroom with flat-screen TV's in both. Wide-open cockpit with centerline walk-through provides facing lounge seating for a small crowd. The swivel helm seat with flip-up bolster is a nice tough. Transom storage locker, power engineroom hatch, foredeck sun pads, underwater exhausts, and anchor washdown system were standard.
Battery charger, water heater, reverse cycle heat and ac unit, Vacuflush head, windlass with anchor, hardtop with black canvas enclosures, horn, Mercury Smart System monitor, ws/wipers, transom locker for storage, cockpit refirg, helm seat with bolster, tilt steering wheel, cockpit wet bar, trim tabs, transom shower, washdown, Clarion stereo system with remote, 3 TV's with DVD, VHF radio, compass, depth finder, engine sync, spotlight, swim platform with ladder, Auto Halon, shore water hookup, cable tv and phone hookup, pressure water system, electric engine hatch.
Queen berth forward with separate head on the port and stall shower on the starboard, salon sofa to starboard, full size galley to port, mid-stateroom aft, large cockpit with walk-through transom door in the middle, seating for 12, large foredeck with sunpads.
2 burner stove top, microwave, sink, undercounter refrig, undercounter freezer, cherrywood cabinetry, drop down TV.
LOA 39', Beam 12'6", Draft 3'1", Weight 19,400lbs, Clearance 12'1", Deadrise Aft 21 Degrees.
250 Gallons of Fuel/Gas, 55 Gallons of Water, 35 Gallons of Waste.
Twin Mercury 8.1L-496 Cubic Inch FWC engines with 485 hours, V-Drives, 7.2 Kohler genset with soundshield.