32+2 Command Bridge
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The Albin 32+2 Command Bridge (called the 32 Sportfisher until 1997) represented a departure from Albins trawler-boat heritage when she was introduced back in 1989an attempt to crack the sportfishing market with a practical and fuel-efficient trunk cabin express cruiser. Shes built on a seakindly modified-V hull with a full-length, prop-protecting keel and moderate transom deadrise. Originally offered with a convertible dinette forward and a private stateroom aft, a tri-cabin layout was available since 1995. (Note that the deckhouse and flybridge were also updated in 1995.) Cabin headroom is excellent thanks to the step-up command bridge, theres a stall shower in the head, and the galley (in the original floorplan) has been called a model of efficiency. Twin hatches in the cockpit sole provide good access to the engine and V-drive unit. Additional features include wide side decks, a transom door, an integral swim platform (since 1997), and teak interior trim. Among several single- and twin-engine installations, a single 300hp Cummins (or Cat) diesel will cruise the 32+2 Command Bridge at 18 knots (2324 knots top) with a 700+ mile range. A bow thruster was standard in later models.
Overview Versatile sportfisher with guest-friendly bridge layout offers rugged construction, economical operation, comfortable interior.
Features Cockpit amenities include in-floor fish/storage boxes (3), transom door, livewell, sink, tackle storage. Original interior has convertible dinette forward, private stateroom aft; tri-cabin layout became available in 1996. Full-length keel protects running gear. Very wide side decks.
Comments Bow thruster was standard in later models.
Performance Cruise at 16 knots (low 20s top) with single 370hp Yanmar diesel.