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European styling, liveaboard comforts, and a competitive price those attributes concisely describe the American-built Maxum 4100 SCB, a scaled-down version of the companys popular 4600 SCB pilothouse yacht. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with moderate beam, the two-stateroom interior of the SCB is arranged with the salon, galley and dinette all on a single level. Wraparound windows provide panoramic views of the water, and the cherry (or maple) trimmed decor is a blend of cream-colored Ultraleather upholstery, deep pile carpeting, and Corian counters. The forward master stateroom features a walkaround island bed and vanity, while the starboard guest stateroom tucked under the dinette has over/under single berths. Both staterooms share a single double-entry head with separate stall shower. A lower helm was optional. Topside, the flybridge is equipped with a two-person helm seat, portside aft-facing lounge, and an expansive sun pad area. The transom platform accommodates an optional electric davit for a personal tender. On the downside, the engine room is a tight fit. Cummins 370hp diesels cruise the Maxum 4100 SCB at 1820 knots.