The brand-defining VanDutch 40, our original power boat model, remains as striking and inspiring today as the day it was launched. Frank Mulder's legendary design combines style with performance to create a boat for all your needs, with ample space to entertain, power to reach speeds of up to 35 knots and luxurious features to ensure your ride is comfortable, including a semi-automatic Bimini top. The queen-size V-cabin with galley station turns this versatile day boat into an overnight cruiser, opening up a world of options to your boating experience.
Superior reliability and lowest maintenance with shaft Cummins QSB 6.7 HO diesels, 2 inch shafts, bronze I type struts 12" X 8", Federal NiBrAl 4 blade propellers 23" X 29", bronze Spades rudders 17" X 10", protection for props, hull, keel and struts, Humphree Interceptor trim tabs 12" with Auto and Manual functionality, Side Power electric bow and stern thrusters with twin 5 blade in 7 " tubes, Centaur Victron Energy 12 V 50 amp charger, 1800 watt Xantrex inverter, 7 12 V batteries, dual 30 amp 125 V shore power cords 50' each, 30 amp Promariner galvanic isolator, MarineAir air conditioning with reverse cycle heat
Metallic Silver Awlgrip hull paint, custom hull side rails for dock protection, Red upholstery and bimini top, black mooring cover, Lewmar horizontal windlass with 22 pound Delta Plow anchor and 165 ft of chain, gray esthec decking, integrated swim platform, Isotherm refrigerator drawer plus icemaker in cockpit, Raymarine Axiom 12 GPS with auto pilot and sounder, Mercury Smart Craft Vessel View engines display, JL audio with Bluetooth plus 3 amplifiers, 4 underwater lights at transom, Fireboy system, Cabin has convertible dinette to make queen berth, private head with shower, galley area with microwave, electric Isotemp 6 gal water heater, manual gangway to connect from swim platform to dock
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