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Swift Trawler 41 Set to Debut

23 July 2019 | Beneteau

Having won the hearts of long-distance boaters worldwide, the Swift Trawler is back with the soon to be released Swift Trawler 41. Designed to replace the 44 model, the 41 is a practical seaworthy cruiser with a strikingly stylish design.

Set to debut at the Cannes Yacht Festival in 2019 along with the First Yacht 53 and the Monte Carlo 52. The 36 Degrees team will be present at this years show, reach out if you plan on being there and would like the chance to view these models.

Loyal to the signature features of Beneteau’s successful Swift Trawler range, the 41 encompasses excellent cruising range and ample living space. Unique to this model, the 41 is available in both a Sedan and Flybridge version. An astonishing 7 berths across 3 cabins is sure to appeal to those seeking spacious comfort the whole family can enjoy.

Interior

Swift Trawler 41 Interior

13.3 meters long with a 4.2 m beam the Swift Trawler 41 is incredibly spacious for its size. The galley has been strategically placed aft of the wheelhouse, connecting seamlessly with the cockpit and swim platform. Having been modelled against the successful Swift Trawler 47, the 41 has a new hull design with better performance in mind. Large open glass doors and oversized windows flood the inside with light and provide great indoor outdoor flow.

Performance

Swift Trawler 41 Layout

The slender lared bow of the Swift Trawler 41 cuts through the sea smoothly resulting in good fuel consumption and optimal efficiency, with 5L per nautical mile, from 10 to 23 knots. Designed with a choice of 2 x 270 hp or 2 x 300 HP engines, her planning hull reaches peak speeds of 23 knots. Averaging 16 knots on a cruise, she has a range of roughly 180 nautical miles. The Swift Trawler range truly is designed to get you further, faster.

Specs

Architect: BENETEAU POWER Designer: ANDREANI DESIGN 

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For more details see HERE or CONTACT the team today for more. 

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