Built to withstand harsh sea conditions, designed for fishing and cruising in comfort and style.
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In The Great Outdoors
The 4000 Offshore's layout is actually a cross between a flybridge boat and a sportsboat. The cockpit, which can be teaked, is as big as a Riviera 36 Convertible's and is one big deep well with room to fish, party or picnic outdoors.
Underfloor is storage in twin oval-shaped fish, fender or livebait tanks, while the cockpit sides are graced with a number of compartments for keeping the odds and ends in place along the way.
Take two steps from the cockpit and you are out of the sunroom and into the lounge room. Seating is what you'll find here, and lots of it -finished in first-grade marine vinyl with piping.
There's a two-person bench seat behind the skipper's two-person bench, and a huge L-shaped lounge on the port side. In all, there is room to seat eight bodies out of the sun.
The deck around the helm lifts up on hydraulic rams to reveal the engines. Access to them is excellent.
To get to the bow, whether for sunbaking (a sun lounge up front would be nice) or checking that the anchor chain stacks neatly when the skipper hits the button on the helm, you simply step up and stroll around the wide bulwarks flanking the cabin.
The thick stainless bowrail helps you keep your footing, and it has been raked in line with the windscreen and the hardtop or targa arch to generate the boat's sporty lines. And, it should be said, wherever you look on the upper deck, the finish is good enough to cut it at marinas around the world.
CATERING DOWN BELOW
Down through the sliding plexiglass hatch hides a different world again.
Guests will appreciate the big head and Vacuflush toilet and perhaps even the separate standing-height shower on the port side, just ahead of the galley.
For catering, the U-shaped galley is immediately on the port side so you can serve back up into the cockpit. It has adequate bench space to roll out a fillet of smoked salmon, slice a lemon, nip some dill and create a production line of canapes.
Weekends - or winters with the pumpkin soup aboard - will be better served by the microwave, two-burner electric stove, fridge and reasonably sized sink for washing up.
The pantry and drawers are well-made, and the whole area looks smart in a light, sanguine lime-washed American Oak.
Opposite is an L-shaped dinette which could seat four and, if you had to, the lounge cushions convert the area to a second double berth.
Ideally, you will have shaken your guests by now and will choose to stay aboard at the marina, polishing off the last of the chicken salad and helping yourself to the top-shelf bottles in the big drinks cabinet, holding decanters and glasses, alongside the dinette.
A day with the Offshore 4000 comes to a close in the owner's cabin in the bow. It's big enough to have an island berth, and there is ample hanging space for tomorrow's business shirts. And with just your partner aboard, you can leave the wide doors to the cabin open.
2 x 2002 Volvo TAMD74EDC 485 HP (2500 Hrs Approximate)
1 x 10 KW Kohler Generator (3000 Hrs approximate)
Fuel: 1 x 406 Gallon Fiberglass
Fresh Water: 1 x 110 Gallon
Holding: 1 x 30 Gallon Plastic
Furuno NavNet VX2 NT Max
New Eisenglass Enclosure