Albemarle 41 Convertible
The Albemarle 41 Convertible represents the most sophisticated, seaworthy and stylishly comfortable craft in our fleet. Built on the foundation of our renowned Carolina hull and incorporating an array of cutting-edge innovations, the 41 Convertible stands alone in her class as one of the premiere sportfishing boats under 50 feet.
Designed with the long-range tournament angler in mind, the 410C is powered by twin C-12 Caterpillar engines and a 13.5 kW Onan generator and features a spacious flybridge with a “palm beach" style pod helm and twin electronics cabinets on independent hydraulic lifts. A Bausch American half tower with built-in electric teaser reels and a full enclosure finish off the bridge nicely. The intelligently laid-out cockpit includes a large bait freezer and livewell, ample engine room access, tuna door, and cockpit and transom fishboxes.
Perhaps the most stunning aspect of the 41C is its incredibly roomy salon that was created with oversized windows and additional headroom to give it an especially open and spacious feel. Entertaining friends is easy with the L-shaped lounge that converts to a double berth and an L-shaped settee with table. Just a few steps away, the tastefully appointed galley includes Solid Surface countertops, cherry cabinetry, a two burner cook top, subzero refrigeration unit, and microwave/convection oven. Much like the salon, the master stateroom of the 41C is surprisingly large and comfortable, even on extended expeditions. For family or crew there is a second stateroom with twin bunks, and a standup head that is accessible from both the master stateroom and the hallway. Whether hosting a party or cutting through 8-foot seas, the 41C can handle it with supreme confidence.
Recognized as one of the top performers in the industry, Oyster Harbors Marine features high-quality new and pre-owned boats, and has an award-winning sales and service team. Sales offices are located on Cape Cod in Osterville and Falmouth Massachusetts, Essex, CT and in Freeport, Maine.