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A great-looking boat built to the highest standards, the semi-custom Bahama 41 combines an exceptional ride with outstanding range in a boat many consider the best in its class. A wide 11-foot beam provides plenty of storage and fishing room, and the 9,500-pound all-composite hull (with no steps) can support four 350 horsepower outboards and carry up to 634 gallons of fuel (in four tanks) and 65 gallons of fresh water. The Forward Seating model has storage/fish boxes under the seats, and the Raised Deck model has twin oversized fish boxes with overboard drains. Standard features include 60-gallon transom livewell, 90-gallon in-deck cockpit well, transom wash station with fresh/saltwater sink, console seat with cooler under, and an insulated forward in-deck fish/storage box. The cabin below the consolewith a full 6'5"" of headroomhouses a marine toilet and storage. Hatch interiors are gelcoated and sealed with unique double-O-ring system to prevent leaks. Most of these boats were delivered with a factory hardtop with upper controls. A seriously expensive ride, each Bahama 41 is rigged to owner specifications. Triple Yamaha 350s reach a top speed of over 50 knots.