1994 Silverton 41 ACMY
LOA: 41’3” (WL)
Displacement: 28,000 lbs.
2- Crusader 502XLHO 390 HP gas motors
Simpson Lawrence Anchorman Sprint 900 Windlass
Air conditioning – 3 units (1 x 12,000 BTU, 1 x 16,000 BTU, 1 x 10,000 BTU)
2- Jabsco 12 VDC marine heads
Kolher 7.3E Generator (2015)
C-70 Raymarine Chartplotter c/w RayStar 130 GPS antenna
C-120 Raymarine Radar c/w built-in GPS antenna
Icom IC-M126DSC marine radio
Full size BBQ on aft deck
Aft swim plateform and ladder replace with larger unit & molded staircase
Refrigeration with freezer
Microwave and stove
Samsung 21” TV
Pioneer DVD and receiver
Bose mini cube speaker system
Alpine sound system at helm
Stock lightning replaced with LED lighting throughout
Asking: $88,500 or most reasonable offer
Comments from vendor:
The Silverton 41 Aft Cabin Motor Yacht is a scaled down version of the popular Silverton 46 Motor Yacht (1990–97). The 41ACMY rides on a solid fiberglass hull with a relatively wide beam, moderate transom deadrise, and a shallow keel.
The two-stateroom interior is impressively large with plenty of room for entertaining. An L-shaped sofa and built-in entertainment center are found in the salon, and both staterooms are fitted with walk-around double berths. Hatches in the salon sole provide access to a large and well-arranged engine room. Topside, the full-width aft deck of the Silverton 41 is very spacious and comes with a wet bar and hardtop as standard. The flybridge is appointed with twin pedestal seats and lounge seating for four. Additional features include side-hull exhausts, a molded bow pulpit, and a radar arch. The standard 390hp Crusader 502XL HO gas engines cruise at a respectable 18–20 knots.