Freshwater boat powered with twin 7.4 Volvos with only 370 hours. Full electronics.
The 410 Sport Sedan is also built like a much larger yacht. There is no wood used in the hull construction anywhere below the waterline. The bottom is all fiberglass, and the cored sides feature closed-cell foam. In the engine room, the boat’s twin 8.1 liter gasoline power plants are mounted on reinforced stringers that have gusseted-angle steel plates. Topside, cleats and stanchions are mounted through the fiberglass decks into aluminum support plates. A wide, 13’11” beam makes the 410’s interior quite spacious, giving the cockpit abundant room for those who want to catch some rays or those who want to catch some fish. Amidships in the cockpit, you will notice a hatch for storage below the deck, with additional access to the aft running gear. On the cockpit’s starboard side, molded steps lead up to the flybridge. A sliding glass door opens from the cockpit into the salon. The salon features an “open concept” layout, including a portside galley. This food preparation area is equipped with a full-size upright refrigerator/freezer, a three-burner electric range, a built-in microwave/convection oven and a coffeemaker. All the cabinets are made with real cherry wood, and counters are especially distinctive with black Karadon tops. Sitting in the salon’s U-shaped Ultra-leather settee – with a built-in recliner -- is especially comfortable, and it is conveniently adjacent to a 20” television and DVD entertainment center. Electrical panels are easily accessible in the saloon – and each of the boat’s AC outlets is protected with a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI). Walking forward, you step up to the 410’s raised kidney-shaped dinette with seating covered in Ultra-leather. Continuing to the companionway, you will find useful overhead handrails to help walk through the dinette to the starboard-side stairs leading below decks to the stateroom level. Here you will find master and guest staterooms and two full heads. Each stateroom is equipped with a television/VCR combination, hanging lockers and plenty of storage in cabinets and beneath the berths. Forward, the master stateroom has a queen-size berth and an overhead hatch for light and ventilation. The master head has a bi-fold door and a separate shower stall. The guest stateroom has two twin berths that convert to a double, with a filler cushion. The stateroom has an integral Ultra-leather settee and the main door is a bi-fold unit to save space. Heading up and out to the cockpit, you will notice that the main saloon’s sole includes an oversized hatch for access to the engine room. There are a pair of 8.1 liter Mercury Cruiser gasoline engines and a 10 kW Kohler auxiliary generator. The room has ready access for servicing the engines on both sides, along with an automatic fire suppression system and a catwalk. To quiet the engine noise, there is double acoustical and thermal insulation between the engine compartment and the saloon plus, there is a vinyl vapor barrier.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
Beam: 13 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 2 ft 8 in
Bridge Clearance: 19 ft 2 in
Headroom: 6 ft 11 in
Dry Weight: 31625 lbs
Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 2
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