The Maxum 4100 aft cabin cruiser is versatile and spacious. For a vessel of it's size there is an abundance of space, with separate living spaces, two ensuited cabins and an interior which is flooded with light.
Entering off the swim platform there's a moulded staircase which takes you up onto the aft deck. Brand new clears enclose this area. There's also a hardtop covering this area and wing doors to keep out the weather. From the aft deck you can go up to the flybridge or down to the saloon, galley and cabins.
Like the aft deck, the flybridge has just had new clears and a new bimini fitted. The light grey bimini fabric is much cooler than the more commonly used black or navy blue. Electronics wise there's a large Garmin GPS/plotter, depth sounder, radar, raymarine auto pilot, and a VHF radio. With an aft helm, there's plenty of seating up here for the skipper and crew, and when at anchor it's a great spot to sit and read a book or watch the passing scenery.
A few steps down from the aft deck is the saloon, a large 'L' shaped settee is on the starboard side. Ahead of the saloon is the galley and dining area. The galley is equipped with electric appliances, including a cooktop, oven and an upright fridge and freezer. When you have additional people onboard, the saloon settee converts to become a double berth. The saloon and cabins are all air conditioned. If you prefer fresh air, there's also opening windows and hatches.
The master stateroom is aft, and run across the full width of the boat. A great place for a restful night onboard with an island bed and ensuite. A great feature is that the ensuite shower is separate to the toilet. There is also a large opening window on the stern providing plenty of ventilation.
Your guest's will be treated to there own island berth cabin and ensuite. Ahead of the saloon (at the opposite end of the boat to the master cabin), meaning cruising with another couple or friends you have the opportunity for privacy.
Powered with dual 370HP Cummins shaft drive diesels, you can cruise at 20 knot and reach a top speed when required of 22 - 23 knots. A casual 10 knots gives a total 18 litre per hour fuel consumption. A Side-Power thruster makes maneuvering in a tight marina or coming and going from your berth much easier.
Over the past 18 months this vessel has received approximately $80,000 worth of improvements including major servicing on the Cummins engines. Slipped, antifouled and polished in April 2022, she's ready to get you out on the water in time for the winter cruising season.
A private inspection is available at the Gold Coast. Contact Anchorline for further details.