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The Maxum 4100 SCR (called the 3900 SCR in 1996) is a king-size sport cruiser whose roomy interior and low price made her among the most compelling boats in her class. Like all Maxum models, she was constructed on a solid fiberglass hull, and her reverse arch and large integrated swim platform were sporty features in the late 1990s. The 4100 SCR was one of the larger express boats of her era, and her cockpit and cabin accommodations are generous indeed. Theres seating for eight in the cockpit with double bench seats forward and facing settees aft, each with a removable table. A wet bar was standard, and a pair of gas-assist hatches in the cockpit sole provide access to the engine compartment. At each corner of the transom are molded steps leading to the side decksa useful feature. Below deck, the interior of the 4100 SCR is arranged with a convertible U-shaped lounge in the midcabin and an island berth forward. The salon sofa also converts, and folding doors provide privacy for the fore and aft sleeping areas. Twin 400hp V-drive gas inboards cruise at 22 knots (2628 knots top). Optional 370hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20 knots (low 20s top).
Overview Conservative 1990s sportboat priced at the lower end of the market delivered lots of bang for the buck.
Features Wide 13'6"" beam affords spacious interior with home-size galley, private forward stateroom, convertible aft settee. Huge cockpit has U-lounge seating aft, two removable tables, centerline transom door.
Comments Unusual port/starboard transom steps access side decks. Called Maxum 3900 SCR in 1996.
Performance Twin 400hp V-drive gas inboards cruise at 20 knots (26-27 knots top); 370hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20 knots (low-20s top).