A model that was first launched at the 2005 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, the Capricorn 40 made an impression and generated orders from boaties who could easily appreciate the finish and workmanship.
Fitted with the reputable and reliable twin Cummins 425hp engines, you are pushed along comfortably and with plenty of power at the helm whether island hopping or chasing down big fish. Autopilot, bow thruster, generator, cockpit throttle controls and a recently replaced sound system provides the captain with all the tools to entertain the crew when boating inshore or out wide.
An aft galley ticks the box of most boaties and features an electric stove top and oven, two fridges, a large stainless-steel sink and cabinetry to house kitchenware and all other crockery. You also have a generously sized freezer and an inbuilt electric hot plate configured in the cockpit. Options that can sometimes be overlooked or not on offer, you are catered for with this vessel.
A two-cabin layout that sleeps 5 in berths but also has the capacity to make it 7 with the convertible saloon couch. So like a lot of other benefits with this boat, you have the ability to comfortably entertain many guests while out enjoying the water.
The current owners have entertained, overnighted, raised the fish, explored the Gulf and are ready for you to have the same experiences to create great memories. She is currently sitting in Gulf Harbour with the well-positioned berth as an option to take over. Give Trent at 36 Degrees a call to come aboard and see her for yourself!