Jupiter 41 Sport Bridge

The Best of Both Worlds

FSF Staff September 17, 2015

While Jupiter Marine is synonymous with sleek and sexy outboard-powered center consoles, their newest model is a big change that blends the best of both worlds. Game boats are traditionally powered with inboards, but there’s a growing market and trend towards outboard-powered sportfish yachts that eliminate diesel fumes and the associated rumble of inboard powerhouses.

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Jupiter 41 Sport Bridge

Across coastal communities statewide, many anglers have changing desires and are looking for vessels that provide increased distance, speed, protection from the elements, and extreme comfort without sacrificing fishy features. A result of their customer’s demands, Jupiter’s 41 Sport Bridge offers incredible fishability, while also providing a masterfully designed and appointed cabin that will keep the most discriminating boaters happy.

Using only the highest quality materials and the finest manufacturing processes, each Jupiter 41 is handcrafted to the owner’s exact specifications. While the 41 comes standard with a solid glass enclosed pilothouse with an elevated command deck, it’s also available with a fully enclosed bulkhead. Luxurious custom wood cabinetry in the salon and galley, along with comfortable berthing to sleep five, will certainly make this a favorite for fishing families. However, tournament crews will appreciate twin 90 gallon fish boxes, a 60 gallon livewell, tackle center and spacious cockpit with ample room for a rocket launcher or fighting chair.

Every step of the build process adheres to rigorous standards, starting with the most high performance materials available. The hand-laminated, solid fiberglass hull bottom and uni-grid stringer system are so durable that Jupiter offers a transferable limited lifetime warranty for structural integrity. As a limited production builder, the designers at Jupiter can accommodate specific owner needs with virtually zero limitations, offering customization not found with high-volume competitors. MSRP: $669,700 (w/Triple Yamaha F350), Jupiter Marine | jupitermarine.com

Specs
L.O.A.: 40’3″
Beam: 12’8″
Draft: 42″
Fuel Capacity: 445 gal.
Weight: 22,480 lb.
Max HP: 1,200

 

Furuno: NavNet TZtouch2

Furuno continues to leverage the latest hardware and software technology with their newest MFD, NavNet TZtouch2. Among many innovative enhancements included, RezBoost is a revolutionary new feature that utilizes Furuno’s exclusive digital signal processing protocol to produce fish targets and images that are greatly enhanced, without the need to change out your narrowband transducer, or purchase an expensive broadband transducer. Furuno also included a built-in 56-channel GPS receiver, and you can’t forget about the luxurious, 15.6-inch coated glass touchscreen with instant chart/radar redraw through innovative TimeZero technology. MSRP: $5,995.00 (15-inch)

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