Length w/ Pulpit:
In the real world, few trawler owners need the heavy-weather security (and rolling) that goes with a full-displacement hulltheres a big divide between those who hope to circumnavigate the globe and those who really do it. Thats why semi-displacement trawlers like the American Tug 41 are so popular; they combine the low-speed efficiency of a displacement hull with the planing-speed performance of a modified-V hull. With her broad 15'10"" beam and prominent bow, the 41 is a big, muscular vessel. Below decks, her layout is dominated by a huge salon with an Ultraleather settee, U-shaped galley, high-gloss cherry joinery, and four large cabin windows. Note that her false stack creates a unique raised area in the forward salon overhead. The 41s raised pilothouse, with reverse windshield to reduce glare, has a desk to starboard and lounge to port. Both staterooms are fitted with queen berths and ensuite heads with separate stall showers. A large hatch in the salon floor provides access to the spacious engine room. A bow thruster and underwater exhaust system were standard and a flybridge was optional. Cruise at 1214 knots with a single 540hp Cummins diesel.
Overview Stout pilothouse trawler with semi-displacement hull combines classic styling with solid construction, luxury-class accommodations.
Features Wide beam results in roomy interior with two double staterooms, two full heads, full-beam salon with Ultraleather seating, U-shaped galley. Good visibility from raised pilothouse. Bow thruster is standard, flybridge is optional. Note underwater exhaust.
Comments False stack creates unique raised area in forward salon overhead.
Performance Cruise at 1214 knots with single 540hp Cummins diesel (about 16 knots top).