1998 Maxum 41′ 4100 SCR

The Maxum 4100 SCR, formerly the 3900 SCR, is a getaway yacht that’s equally pleasurable to getaway in or to. At the helm station, there’s room for three, and a two-person port seat adds to command bridge passenger comfort. The foredeck is outfitted with a large sun lounge of zippered modules for easy storage, and side rails for added safety. Three skylights and an oval mirror above the V-berth illuminate the 4100 SCR’s spacious interior. The practical galley features white Euro-cabinetry and the cool look of marble. A microwave is located conveniently above the three-burner stove and a spice rack accents the cooking area. There’s even a drop down cabinet deep enough to accommodate large cereal boxes. Drawers are all finished with easy to clean laminate bottoms. Finishing touches include sand-colored Ultraleather, and golden maple flooring, recessed lighting, built-in entertainment electronics, and ergonomically engineered conversation spaces. The dinette converts to a berth and accordion doors establish privacy between the center berth and forward stateroom. The 4100 SCR eases quickly onto plane with minimal bow rise for stable, solid, and smooth progress even in head seas. Careful choices lie behind the perfect setting of Maxum Sun Cruisers: there’s the warmth of polished cherry or washed maple, high-appeal dusty teal and rose fabrics, an average standing headroom of six-foot, four-inches, spacious all-fiberglass heads, gourmet galleys, and ultraleather lounges that resist staining. Exterior lines comfort the eye with sophisticated Euro-styling while interiors are bright, light and inviting. From the custom stainless steel stanchions to the quality construction methods, every detail contributes to owner comfort. The hull intake vent’s elliptical shape matches the portlights, reinforcing Maxum’s flowing lines. The intake vent cover is a custom-made fiberglass part embossed with the Maxum badge. Features Maxum calls standard (such as Bomar hatches and Avonite counters) are exceptional on yachts in this price range. Maxum Sports Yachts have superior safety features such as sunpad side-rails, a bow step-down for working the anchor area, and lights at all level changes. Propulsion systems include diesel power by Cummins Marine. Cummins has earned its reputation through a history of innovation and reliable operation, backed by a global service network.

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$89,900

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Mike Manning

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Crow’s Nest Yachts Seattle

Office:206-625-1580
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