The 3500 Sovran LE features a generous selection of standard equipment, including: Volvo Penta IPS 400/300 H.P. twin diesels (with Joystick Control); Raymarine electronics; special platinum accent color package; helm air conditioning; teak and holly cabin sole; interior air conditioning; LCD TV and 12V DVD player; and more. The upper cockpit has seating for four, and the lower cockpit seats six.
SALON–The salon has a portside lounge/dinette (converts to an upper/lower pullman), starboard galley, and aft lounge/ entertainment area. The entertainment area includes facing lounges (convertible to berth), privacy curtain, and 26" flat screen LCD TV, Clarion AM/FM/CD stereo and iPod interface.
GALLEY–The galley has a Corian countertop, stainless sink, upper/lower cabinet storage, cooktop, microwave and NovaKool refrigerator/freezer.
STATEROOM–The forward stateroom has a queen pedestal berth, innerspring mattress, overhead storage, hanging lockers, and Sharp Aquos 19" flat screen LCD TV and DVD player. The TV is mounted on an articulating swivel for either stateroom or salon viewing. Full privacy curtain.
HEAD–The portside aft head features a separate shower, Corian vanity with stainless sink, medicine cabinet and lower storage, and linen cabinet. The shower has a glass door and Vacuflush toilet with cover, for seat.
The 3900 Sovran also integrates the Volvo IPS Joystick control, putting unmatched low-speed maneuverability at your fingertips. With a single, subtle movement of the IPS Joystick, you command the IPS propulsion units to respond in any direction. This gives you the power to maintain control of your 3900 during tight-quarter docking, coming about, reversing, or even going straight sideways – all without bow thrusters.
Tight spaces are a thing of the past inside the 3900 Sovran, thanks to less space required for a traditional power train and second stateroom. The galley lies open to the generous and flexible space of the salon. Aft on the port side is the large head with full-frame door and stall shower. Aft to starboard, the salon steps down to a ‘theater" lounging area with large flat-screen LCD TV. This enjoyable area rivals entertainment centers of much larger yachts and can convert to berths for overnight guests. The master stateroom is forward, complete with pedestal queen berth, abundant storage and hanging lockers. It's set off by attractive curved, sliding pocket doors.