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|Offered By||OneWater Yacht Group - Stevensville|
BRAND NEW TO THE MARKET!
Good Karma is a 2012 Meridian 441 Sedan. Loaded with standard and optional features, including the up-sized Twin Cummins 480 HP with Zeus Drives; Full Hardtop with Enclosure; Dual Raymarine E-120 Touchscreen Displays; Dual Reverse-Cycle Heat and Air Conditioning Units on the Bridge; Dual Back-up Cameras; Auto Pilot, Dual Electronic Controls Plus Joystick, equipped with the Skyhook Digital (virtual) anchor system. No boat in her class cruises, maneuvers, or holds station better. An Olssen Electric Davit System...the list goes on and on.
The 441 Sedan Bridge was derived from Meridian's 411 Sedan Bridge, introduced in 2002, which almost instantly became the #1 Selling Sedan-style yacht in the 39 - 41' segment in the US. For the redesign, Meridian took all of the most popular features of the 411, plus additional cues from their recent 391 Sedan (particularly, the tiered salon windows, and full-length flybridge) and scaled her up in every respect.
Bigger, wider, faster, with a more complete galley and a flybridge that was made to entertain, the 441 hit the sweet-spot in her segment. Full hard top with rigid enclosure, dual bridge a/c with heat, TV, and seating for eight.
The Zeus engine configuration provides stunning performance and stress-free docking operation via the Joystick and Skyhook features. Engine positioning also allows for a mid-ship's utility room to house major mechanicals in a cleaner, cooler, and easier to access environment.
Below, she has a large comfortable salon with opposed seating, a complete galley, a full-sized dinette, two staterooms with full size berths, and two heads.
You board the vessel via the wide and deep swim platform. It is covered in synthetic teak flooring. The platform is outfitted with an electric Olssen Davit System which holds your tender horizontal and well off the platform allowing better access than most systems.
There is a dedicated covered channel to run electric and water lines through which keeps them from obstructing the platform. Within the transom itself there is a roomy dunnage box with controls for the cablemaster, shorepower main breaker, raw and fresh-water washdown, dockside water connection and line storage.
The cockpit is accessed via a flush, inward-swinging transom door. The cockpit is large, wide and unobstructed. There are storage lockers, port and starboard, dedicated fender storage under lids, and a gentle staircase to the bridge. The stairs and steps onto the gunnels are also covered in the faux-teak flooring. There's a molded, forward-facing bench seat across the transom, with padded cushion and inset drink holders.
There is a full enclosure for the cockpit in new condition (not pictured.)
The spacious bridge deck is accessed via a gentle staircase from the cockpit. The bridge is isolated by a cockpit-to-bridge door that closes and latches to provide quiet, security and additional space for the bridge. There is removeable bridge-deck carpeting, for cool and comfort underfoot.
Along the port side running aft is a spacious L-shaped lounge seat with removeable table. It is padded with ample backrests. Forward to port is a bench-for-two forward-facing companion seat.
Forward of the bridge door, to starboard, is the bridge fridge and work-area. Mounted above that is the flat-panel TV. Forward of that is the plush captain's chair with armrests.
The dash is arrayed in broad but organized fashion. The wheel is centered to the captain, and the controls and joystick are right at hand. The controls are single-lever electronic with trolling mode and sync. The boat is equipped with the Precision Pilot and SkyHook to enable you to automatically hold station.
The dash has full instrumentation including analog engine gauges as well as SmartCraft digital readout, deluxe electronics (detailed in "Electronics"), back-up cameras, stereo controls, remote spotlight, auto-pilot handheld remote and much more. Extending in front of the companion bench seat for two is a wide and deep "glove box" with storage for electronics covers, and a second VHF radio station for crewmates to assist in communications.
The bridge is covered by a full-length molded, integrated fiberglass hard top with three ventilation hatches. The top is enclosed with clear acrylic enclosure panels.
The bridge is served by two dedicated reverse-cycle heat and air conditioning units with controls on the port side bulkhead. There is a wet bar and grill flush in the counters to port.
The 441 Salon is visually stunning. With horizon views of almost 360 degrees, and the tiered windows that provide light and visibility whether seated or standing, the sense of openness makes it a very inviting space to entertain, or just live. There are accordion blinds for shade and privacy, inset ceiling lighting, and switchable 110v lighting.
You enter through a substantial sliding glass door just to port. There is a retractable screen and a curtain for shade and privacy. to port, aft is the electrical panel, TV and entertainment center. Forward of that are two barrel chairs with a fixed side-table between them. Opposing the chairs to starboard is the flex-steel sofa/lounge with return. The sofa quickly converts to a large and comfortable berth fit for a seven footer. There is a sizeable storage compartment under the forward cushion.
Forward of the lounge is the plush C-shaped Dinette. It has a solid-surface dining table which is removeable. The dinette converts to another berth with the addition of a support plank which stows away in a dedicated compartment abaft of the dinette, and a fill-in cushion. The dinette is raised up a step which puts you at eye-level with the upper window array.
To port, across from the dinette is the well appointed Galley. Please refer to "Galley" section for details.
The galley is arrayed to the port and open to the dinette area. There's a Norcold full-size over-under refrigerator facing starboard. Forward of that are two large stainless sinks under Corian countertops with lids to make additional work space. There is ample cabinet storage beneath.
Forward of the sinks is a Dometic three-burner electric stove. More storage is beneath the stove with cabinets, drawers and a lazy-susan. Moving forward is a storage cubby, and then a Contoure Microwave/Convection oven, beneath which, tons more drawer and cabinet storage.
Master stateroom is outfitted with an island queen berth with storage beneath. The mattress is inner-spring pillowtop. There are ledges, directional reading lights, hanging lockers, port and starboard, and private access to the Master head.
There is an opening, screened and shaded overhead hatch for light, ventilation and egress, and two oval, opening portholes, port and starboard. the port aft bulkhead has a sizeable flat panel TV, DVD and stereo, as well as controls for the dedicated air conditioning system.
The master head is outfitted with a quiet and efficient Vacu-Flush head system. It has a sink, counter, mirror, storage cabinet. The shower is a glass-enclosed stall shower with a seating ledge, and portlight.
Guest head has vacu-flush toilet, sink, mirror and ledge, and a hand-held shower wand with pull-around curtain.
The engine room is accessed via a huge single hatch in the cockpit with gas-assist struts. There is plenty of room to move and good light and accessibility for service. All of the valving is readily accessible. It is protected by an automatic fire extinguishing system. The generator sits beam wise across the aft and is easy to access for service. The cablemaster system is to port, aft of the engine and similarly easy to get to.
NOTE: 1000 hour engine service performed in May 2021
The guest stateroom has a full sized berth running beamwise. There are storage drawers, a full-sized hanging locker and cabinets. To starboard is a vanity, dressing table and stool. Towards the sft is the Splendide washer/dryer combo.
The full suite of electronics includes:
The boat is powered by a single 50A/250V shore power system via a Cablemaster cord retrieval system located below-decks, and accessed from the dunnage box in the transom. The electrical control panel is just inside the cabin entry door, to port.
There is a Cummins 13.5 KW generator with less than 200 hours located in the engine compartment. This is ample to power all 240 Volt systems aboard.
There are engine batteries located in the engine compartment. House batteries and chargers are located in the Utility Room. There is a 12V battery management panel there as well as a Pro Nautic 1250 Automatic Digital Marine Battery Charger.
With the engines housed in the aft compartment, that open's a great deal of space midship below the salon floor. Meridian has utilized this space to make a utility room that houses house batteries, water pumps and valves, waste pump, holding tank, battery chargers. Also the water heater, salon air conditioning components, sea cocks and its own dedicated automatic fire extinguishing system.
NOTE: There is no tender that conveys
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
|Engine Model||QSB 480 HO|
|Drive Type||Pod Drive|
|Engine Model||QSB 480 HO 6.2L|
|Drive Type||Pod Drive|
|Max Bridge Clearance||21ft|
|Length at Waterline||7.33ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||1 x 150 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||1 x 432 gal ()|
|Holding Tank||1 x 55 gal ()|