41 Double Cabin
Length w/ Pulpit:
With her crisp styling, Burma teak interior, and modest price, the President 41 Double Cabin was one of the more popular imports during the 1980s. Like most Asian trawlers of her era, the 41 rides on a solid fiberglass semi-displacement hull with a deep forefoot and a long prop-protecting keel. With a beam of just 13'5"", the President 41 cant be described as spacious although the accommodations are space-efficient and comfortable. Several two- and three-stateroom interiors were offered during her production years, all with two heads and a standard lower helm. Large windows insure excellent visibility from the lower helm, and hatches in the teak-and-holly cabin sole provide easy access to the engine room. The galley is down in the two-stateroom interiors, opposite a booth-style dinette to starboard. The forward head does not contain a separate stall shower. A teak sole and wet bar are standard on the Presidents covered aft deck. The flybridge has the helm forward and guest seating aft. Most President 41s came with 120/135hp Lehman diesels that cruise (very efficiently) at 89 knots. Larger 275hp Lehmans cruise at 1214 knots. Over 115 were built.
Overview Popular Taiwan import with full teak interior, modest price became one of the best-selling boats of her type during the 1980s.
Features Offered with two- or three-stateroom layouts, all with large forward stateroom, booth-style dinette, standard lower helm. Good cabin storage.
Comments One of the more efficient boats of her type. Over 120 built.
Performance Twin 120/135hp Lehman diesels provide 8-knot cruising speed. Larger 225hp Lehmans cruise at 12 knots (15-16 knots top).