The new Swift Trawler 41 will replace a successful model in the Bénéteau range, the Swift Trawler 44. The philosophy of the small blue water cruiser with its great autonomy and many interior spaces remains the same.
The strengths of the design are those of the entire range (here you can see the tests of the 35 and the previous 47) with a hull designed to have good performance in both displacement and gliding navigation, transmission in line of the axis, central keel for greater stability, great autonomy, ease of operation and extremely functional interiors, work of Andreani Design. The Swift Trawler 41 will be available in both Flybridge and Sedan versions, with the second version without any “upstairs” and with no ladder leading to the cockpit.
The engines available will be with two 270 or 300 hp, in both cases the boat is designed to travel at maximum efficiency (consuming about 5 liters per mile) from 10 to 23 knots (its maximum speed). At 16 knots the range is about 180 miles. The Swift Trawler 41 will also be equipped with Ship Control technology, which allows you to have all you need on a single display: the instruments, the level of the batteries, the temperatures of the engine fluids, but also the air conditioning and all the equipment on board.
On the lower deck, there is the entire sleeping area, with three cabins (two double and one single), two bathrooms and plenty of space for luggage. On the main deck is a spacious central saloon, a galley overlooking the cockpit and the cockpit area that, as with the entire Swift Trawler range, can take advantage of a second intelligent passage outwards over the starboard passageways.
Swift Trawler 41 – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Length 13.43 m
Hull length 12.52 m
Maximum beam 4.20 m
Light displacement 11,055 kg
Draught 1.15 m
Petrol reserve 1,200 litres
Water reserve 400 litres
Engines 2 x 270 or 2 x 300 hp
Naval architecture Bénéteau Power
Design Andreani Design
Category CE: B8, C10, D10
(Swift Trawler 41, both Sedan and Flybridge – Barchemagazine.com – July 2019)