The Bahama Boat Works 41 offers a combination of speed, safety and durability into a 41-foot, 3-inch-long center console loaded with fishing features. Built in West Palm Beach, Florida, the Bahama Boat Works 41 utilizes hardware that has been carefully chosen for its individual beauty and durability. The fully lined center console pod contains a spacious head offering 6 feet, 6 inches of headroom and 11 feet of below-deck storage area. Latches and hinges are recessed and many blind fasteners are utilized, which results in few visible screw heads. All tooling is built in-house using CNC computers, and the 41’s strong, lightweight composite hull consists of Armourflex gelcoat over AME 6000 T-35 vinylester resin for maximum osmotic blister resistance.
LED-illuminated hatches and lockers are fully finished with gelcoat for durability and easy cleanup, and the hardtop features three spreader lights and two LED lights. Fishing amenities include 60- and 90-gallon livewells, the latter in-deck, as well as numerous fish and dry-storage boxes. Every hatch and door boasts a double O-ring seal that, when combined with all-standard compression latches, assures each compartment’s total watertight integrity. The 41 is fully customizable, including the paint schemes, electronics packages, upholstery, and furnishings. Power options include four Mercury 350-horsepower outboards to triple Seven Marine 557-horsepower outboards that push the Bahama Boat Works 41 to 70-mph plus. (561) 882-4069;

By Doug Thompson, Southern Boating Magazine July 2015

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