Silverton Convertible 41 ft. 1997 for sale.
This boat is the cleanest 41′ Silverton convertible on the Hudson River. Located in Marlboro, NY (midway between NYC and Albany). 46 ft. LOA, and a wide 15 ft. beam. She rides and drives like a dream. This is the exact same hull as the 42′ ft convertible. Twin Crusader 502 XLI bulletproof fuel injected fresh water cooled engines with 700/- hours total. Cruise speed is 20 – 22 mph. She burns 22 – 26 gallons an hour at cruise (beleive it or not) and depending on conditions. Full array of Raymarine electronics including radar with open array (4 ft), 2 GPS/fishfinders (10″ Raymarine & 5″ Humminbird w’down scan imaging), Raymarine autopilot, and Standard VHF. VHF has both helm and lower remote (in cockpit). Hard bottom (RIB) Achilles dink with 20 hp merc outboard engine mounted on cradle on the bow with remotely operated 800 lb capacity hydraulic davit (sweet). 8 KW Kohler Generator (8E) with approximately 1000 hrs. powers everything. Inverter. Indoor outdoor sound sytem with booming subwoofer and 6 CD changer. Hard top. Windlass. 2 AC/reverse heat units. Ice maker. Full size fridge. Transom door and swim platform. Too many options, upgrades and extras to list. All 5 batteries replaced in the past 18 months. This model has 2 staterooms and one bath (with enclosed seperate glass shower). The master stateroom has a centerline queen bed, 26″ LCD tv, cedar lined closet, and cherry cabinets. The second stateroom has upper and lower bunks. High quality commercial carpeting throughout (tan). New cockpit carpet. Recently upgraded soft leather couch, chair and dinette seating (tans). Dinette comfortably seats 6 people. She carries 200 gallons of water for those extended trips!
Please, call, or text me (Steve) (@ 845-235-2909) to make an appointment or for more pics.
When she sells, the listing will be removed. Negotiable, best reasonable offer.
She has always been a freshwater boat and it shows. Thanks.
*** I will consider trades for a smaller trailerable boat plus cash on a case bey case basis.***
4/22/14 – The boat was put in the water this past weekend with all systems working as they should and is ready to be taken home!