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Owning a Meridian Yacht means having a bridge boat that provides unparalleled onboard comfort and a boundless on-water lifestyle. For the past decade, Meridian Yachts has studied the many facets of the passenger experience- the way you navigate the water, socialize and the rest- in order to make a vessel that is perfectly tailored to you and how you live. It's a value-laden indulgence with fresh, contemporary styling and cutting-edge marine technologies. Meet the Meridian 441.
The 441's conventional propulsion has many merits. The aft placement of its V-drive configuration allows space for a utility room beneath the salon. Although it's large enough to serve as a crew stateroom, We envision using this space to stow four bikes, a deflated dinghy and outboard, six deck chairs, spare props, cases of beverages, and more -- invaluable to boaters who spend lots of time onboard. Or, maybe a "Man Cave".
In designing the 441 Sedan, Meridian's team of naval architects developed a new hull, deck, bridge and shearline. This design features a more aggressive profile and hull-side windows for the guest stateroom, easier bridge access, better topside accommodations, and more natural light and woodwork in its interior living spaces.
The 441's wide-open floor plan ensures smooth flow and unbroken lines of sight between the salon, the yacht's dedicated dinette and the full-service galley. What's more, Meridian has further enhanced its signature integrated two-tier window system to ensure improved visibility from all these interior areas. A lower helm station is available. Plus the 441's impressive two-stateroom, two-head layout provides a gracious master suite, located forward with a queen-size island berth with innerspring pillowtop mattress. The spacious amidship guest stateroom, which spans the yacht's beam, features a double berth, thoughtfully appointed vanity and settee and plenty of storage.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.