The Bracewell 41 incorporates the hugely successful Keel Form Hull, designed by Bob Warman in 1989 and incorporated into over 273 Camano 31's and 7 Camano 41's.
The appeal of this hull form are twofold. First, is the stability of the vessel in a sea way, the result of the engine sitting lower into the keel then in conventional trawlers, lowering the overall centre of gravity in the boat.
Second, because the down angle of the drive shaft is less than in traditional trawlers, the propulsion is more efficient providing stunningly little fuel burn for a vessel this size. Details of fuel burn are included in the full specifications.
Blue Beauty is absolutely loaded with extras. Maneuvering is a snap with the hydraulic bow and stern thrusters, and with the quick to respond common rail diesel, single lever electronically controlled at any one of the 3 helm stations. The original owner was big into fishing and had installed a hydraulic crab pot puller, strategically located right next to the cockpit helm station.
A centre console Zodiac RIB located on the upper deck has it's own battery charger and umbilical cord to the mother ship. It too is loaded with a GPS Chartplotter and 30 hp Yamaha outboard.
Inside is breathtakingly beautiful, with the sole finished in teak and the bulkheads done in cherry planking. Solid counter surfaces provide numerous working spaces, including a small desk in the salon which interfaces all of your communication devices into the on-board WiFi booster.
Below are not one but two staterooms, each with plenty of stowage space and it's own TV. The head is a good size with a separate shower stall and efficient Vaccuflush toilet.
You must read the full specs to see all of the many extra items included on this boat. It will surprise you. Once you have reviewed them then call us today for you own viewing, and see for yourself what an impressive vessel the Bracewell 41 has turned out to be.