Swift Trawler 41, a boat for travellers

The unmistakable spirit of trawler, with a classic but more modern look. Here is the new Swift Trawler 41 by Beneteau, 13.30 meters long and 4.20 meters wide, the latest addition to the range of “travel” boats.

For long navigation

The trawler is a boat that takes you everywhere, being born to face long voyages in all seas. Navigability, incredible living space and comfort have conquered long-haul yachtsmen all over the world. The Swift Trawler 41 was created to replace the 44 model with a classic yet contemporary look.

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News from the Swift Trawler 41

A new kitchen cleverly positioned aft of the wheelhouse that connects with the cockpit and bathing platform. A large sliding glass door open to create a large open space well ventilated.

The new layout of the convertible saloon includes a cover that runs around the double berth, offering privacy for the sleeping space. Another novelty is the driver’s seat, which can be easily rotated and can accommodate up to 8 people in the lounge space. All this to create more space and volume, essential for boats that sail for a long time.

Fly or Sedan?

As with the other models in the range, the wheelhouse of the Swift Trawler 41 is equipped with a comfortable steering wheel and a side door on the starboard gangway. The Swift Trawler 41 is also designed in a Sedan version without fly bridge – this configuration is preferred by yachtsmen who sail in difficult conditions, or those with fly bridge in quiet cruises, ideal for enjoying the open air. The fly bridge is then equipped with all the necessary equipment.



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