Specifications

Name: Superhawk 48
Length: 48
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 280 gals.
Model Years: 1996—2005
Draft: 2'6"
Beam: 10'8"
Water Capacity: 58 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
A popular model with nearly 250 sold worldwide, the Superhawk 48 is a powerful, triple-engine UK express that blows past most anything on the water except the fuel dock. The Superhawk is not about luxury; she’s well put together and the amenities are first-class, but her slender 10'8"" beam means cockpit and cabin space are limited—in this case, comfort takes a back seat to performance. Built on a deep-V hull with cored hullsides and a keel pad for enhanced acceleration, the Superhawk’s luxurious—but confining—interior features a private bow stateroom (with island berth) forward, head with shower aft, convertible dinette and small galley in the salon, and a built-in entertainment system. Standard topside goodies include twin racing bolsters, cockpit seating for six, sun pad, and wet bar. The engine room hatch, beneath the aft sun pad, lifts on hydraulic struts. Inside, the three engines lie with the center motor staggered to make room for a genset and air-conditioning unit. A bow thruster and teak decks were standard. Triple 415hp MerCruiser gas engines (with surface drives) will reach a top speed of 50 knots. Triple 260hp Volvo diesel sterndrives are good for 40+ knots.