1987 Silverton 40 Convertible
- Stock #105988 -
A conservatively styled boat with a distinctive profile
A conservatively styled boat with a distinctive profile (note the stepped sheer), the Silverton 40 Convertible was one of the lowest-priced sedan cruisers available in her class during the late 1980s. She was clearly designed to appeal to the weekend cruiser market and came equipped with just about everything required for immediate use.
During the first few years of production, her two-stateroom floorplan was arranged with the galley and dinette forward in the salon--a layout that required the galley sole to be sunken in order to have any headroom. In 1989, the interior was redesigned with the galley and dinette down in the conventional manner. Both floorplans include a separate stall shower in the head. Note that a lower helm was never offered.
Topside, the cockpit is large enough for a couple of anglers, and the wide side decks make for easy foredeck access.
Additional features include a well-arranged engineroom, bow pulpit, and a swim platform.
No racehorse with the standard 350 hp Crusader gas engines, the Silverton 40 Convertible will cruise at 15-16 knots and reach a top speed in the neighborhood of 25 knots.
This is a brand new listing, just on the market this week. Please submit all reasonable offers.
Reason for selling is not using it enough
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