Less than a year after the first M41 Widebody from Dave’s Custom Boats (DCB) was constructed and prepped for rigging, the El Cajon, Calif., company’s second M41 is now ready for its finishing touches. Featuring the mirror-like Class-A surfacing technology combined with a bright red gelcoat, the 100-percent carbon-epoxy 41-foot catamaran will be receiving a pair of Mercury Racing 1350 turbocharged engines and a two-tone charcoal-and-black Alcantara interior with red stitching.
Lugo tilt trailer. This thing is going to be over the top. We’re expecting to have the boat on the water sometime in July.”“It’s pretty awesome, isn’t it?” asked DCB’s Tony Chiaramonte when he answered a call after speedonthewater.com received the two images shown here from company founder Dave Hemmingson. “The boat, which is going to be our shop’s demo boat for the rest of the season, is all ready to be rigged. It’s getting the 1350s and a sweet
According to Chiaramonte, DCB will be taking the 41-footer on a handful of poker runs across the country, including the Lake Cumberland Poker Run in Kentucky in September and the Key West Poker Run in November—unless, of course, the boat is sold before then. The company is planning to give demo rides throughout the summer.
“We’re really looking forward to getting this one in the water, doing some poker runs and having a good time in it,” said Hemmingson, who was clearly excited about finishing the second M41.
Editor’s note: Speedonthewater.com will provide updates on the M41 and DCB’s upcoming M29 catamaran.