Cockpit Controls AND AIR CONDITIONED ENGINE ROOM! This popular in the Bahamas and Caribbean, the Ronin 41 is built in Puerto Rico by Cuban-born Carlos Sota and his team of in-house designers. The 41, built by Sota's small "boutique" yard with a hands-on approach that gives Ronin the opportunity to ensure exacting quality control standards on each hull. The deck is built out of a single solid mold that includes the cabin sides, gunwales, coaming, cockpit and cockpit floor. Aesthetically, this means no bolts or screws can be found around the cockpit floor nor cutouts and joints under the coaming. The deck is then through-bolted and glassed to the hull and flybridge, forging a solid vessel that can withstand even the toughest pounding. Since the three structural components become a unified piece, boaters should note quality details throughout the boat, such as a seamless flybridge instrument console, deck fish box and cabinets. Below the waterline she is solid fiberglass. Inside, the Ronin 41 features two staterooms and one head with a very roomy shower stall. The boat will sleep six, and luxurious appointments will make the stay comfortable for guests and crew. The air-conditioned engine room is accessed via the cockpit and offers great accessibility to the MAN engines. In the cockpit, Ronin's standard-equipment list is impressive and includes a transom door, HUGE in-floor fish box, fresh- and saltwater washdowns, built-in fishing center and built-in freezer. The bridge houses Murray Brothers helm chairs, electronic single lever engine controls and logically placed electronics housing.