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The Albemarle 410 Express was one of the largest express fishing boats produced when she came out in 2002. By any standard, the 410 is an impressive offshore fishing machine with striking lines and dramatic Carolina-style bow flare. Designed with the long-range angler in mind, shes built on a modified-V hull with cored hullsides and a very wide 15'9"" beam. The tournament-class cockpit includes a large bait freezer and livewell, transom door with gate, secure rod storage, and insulated fish boxes. Lounge seating surrounds the center helm position, and the entire bridge deck lifts on hydraulic rams for access to the engine room. Below, the 410s cherrywood interior features a spacious salon with Ultraleather lounge seating, full-service galley with Corian counters, large head compartment with separate stall shower, and a private owners stateroom forward. The aft section of the sofa folds up to make upper and lower berths on the aft bulkhead. Note the fold-down rod storage locker above the settee. A molded bow pulpit, recessed trim tabs, helm deck air conditioning, and teak-and-holly cabin sole were standard. Cat 710hp diesels cruise at 2830 knots (low 30s top).