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A low-cost yacht whose sporty styling and spacious interior appealed to value-conscious buyers, the Maxum 4100 SCA was considered a lot of boat for the money when she came out in 1997. Construction is solid fiberglass, and with a published weight of just 30,000 pounds, the 4100 SCA is a relatively light boat for her size. The two-stateroom interior of the Maxum 4100 is arranged with the galley down and a midlevel dinette forward of the salon. Walkaround queen berths are found in the both staterooms, and the forward head has a circular shower stall while the head and shower units in the aft stateroom are separate. On deck, molded steps lead from the aft deck down to the swim platform, and the flybridge has guest seating forward of the helm along with a wet bar and a triple helm seat. Additional features include cherry interior trim, wide side decks, and an aft-deck hardtop with wing doors. On the downside, the engine room is a tight fit. A modest performer with standard 400hp gas engines (1516 knots cruise), optional 370hp Cummins diesels cruise at 20 knots and reach a top speed of around 22 knots. Note the modest fuel capacity.