CARIBBEAN 40 FLYBRIDGE CRUISER

 




The Caribbean 40 opens up a realm of possibilities ranging from long-range cruising to big-game fishing and living aboard. With curvaceous mouldings and stylish finishes, an accent on space, and our time-proven engineering and performance, there’s actually not much that the Caribbean 40 can’t do.

The deep cockpit contains underfloor storage lockers, a moulded ice box, bait-prep centre with sink, cutting board and drawers, a moulded live-bait tank in the transom, deckwash pump, full-width boarding platform and marlin door.

Wide side-decks backed by handrails lead to the foredeck, where there’s room to carry a liferaft or tender. Up top, the flybridge has a fibreglass hardtop, twin helm chairs, lounges for crew, and a wide helm console with a moulded dash leaving ample room for the flush mounting of your electronics.

The saloon, has the room to host quite a party. Seating is on a big U-shaped lounge around a dinette on the portside and a lounge opposite. These seating areas can be converted into accommodation for four crew.

The Caribbean 40 has a cocktail cabinet, colour-coordinated curtains and pelmets, recessed halogen lighting. The galley comes with enough bench space to handle a hungry crowd, a sink with flick mixer tap, eutectic fridge and separate freezer, convection microwave and ceramic cooktop, and chic galley flooring.

Three steps down is the port-side guest’s cabin with full-length bunks, storage in drawers and lockers, and contemporary furnishings, which makes this the largest guest cabin of any 40 available. The owner’s cabin in the bow has an island double bed, hanging locker, provision for a television, and stylish finishes. There is ensuite access and a main door to the bathroom, which is moulded for easy cleaning. There’s a separate shower stall, modern moulded vanity unit, vacuflush toilet and, of course, plenty of head and elbow room.

Powered by twin 500hp QSC Cummins Diesels see the Caribbean 40 race to more than 30 knots. Across high seas, along the coast, cruising for views, or living aboard the Caribbean 40 takes it all in its stride. And it does it with a air of sophistication.