410 Sport Bridge
Length w/ Pulpit:
The apartment-size interior of the Silverton 410 Sport Bridge always appeals to boaters looking for as much living space as possible in a 40-foot boat. Indeed, the innovative interior of this boat is compelling, but traditionalists will find little to like in her slab-sided profile and top-heavy appearance. Built on a modified-V hull with a solid fiberglass bottom, the 410 uses Silvertons signature SideWalk design, which elevates the side decks to create a truly cavernous interior. Pushing the superstructure out to the sides of the boat to produce a huge salon gives Silverton the flexibility to create an unusual raised galley and dinette in the middle of the boat, and still leaves room for a spacious twin-cabin, twin-head layout forward. While the cockpit is on the small side, theres plenty of guest seating (and a wet bar) on the large flybridge. The descending walkways on both sides of the bridge provide safe and secure foredeck access. A transom door, radar arch and bow pulpit were standard. Twin 425hp gas inboards cruise at a modest 15 knots and reach a top speed in the low-to-mid 20s. Optional 420hp Cat diesels cruise at 20 knots and reach 2425 knots wide open.