410-415-440 Aft Cabin
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This popular motoryacht began life in 1986 as the 410 Aft Cabin. She became the 415 in 1988 when Sea Ray added a bow pulpit, and in 1989 the companys marketing people took another look and settled on the 440 designation, which lasted for the duration. Shes constructed on a good-running modified-V hull with moderate beam and prop pocketsthe same hull used in the companys 440 Convertible. Her galley-down floorplan is arranged with an offset double berth in the forward stateroom (over/under bunks are found in the original 410 model), a walkaround queen bed aft, and a comfortable (and very spacious) salon with a built-in entertainment center. In 1990, off-white laminates replaced the teak paneling and cabinets used in previous years, and the dinette was eliminated in favor of wraparound lounge seating. Because the salon is so large, the aft stateroom is compact. So too is the aft deck, where entertaining space is at a premium. A popular model, standard 330hp gas engines cruise the 440 Aft Cabin at a sedate 1516 knots and top out in the low 20s. Optional 375hp Cats cruise at 20 knots and reach 2425 knots wide open.
Overview Good-selling aft cabin yacht (called the 410 Aft Cabin in 1986-87; 415 AC in 1988; 440 in 1989-91) offered good blend of style, comfort, performance at a reasonable price.
Features Space-efficient interior boasts open salon with breakfast bar and dinette, large galley with upright refrigerator, comfortable staterooms, optional lower helm.
Comments Rakish styling kept this boat popular with buyers for many years.
Performance Standard 330hp gas engines cruise at 15 knots; 364hp Cat diesels cruise at 20 knots.