Solace Boats 41 CS. Image: Solace Boats.

Solace Boats 41 CS. Image: Solace Boats



Earlier this month Solace Boats unveiled their new Solace 41 CS at Atlantic Marine in Port Orange, FL - and this week the builder officially debuted the new model at FLIBS 2020. This brand new stepped-hull center console boat has an overall length of 41 feet with a 12-foot 3-inch beam and a draft of 35 inches. The vessel incorporates an abundance of both fishing and family features - including an innovative one-piece dive door, electric windshield, transformable bow seating and a cabin with an enclosed shower and head.

“We are changing what a step hull center console means, and all the features and benefits it can bring," says Stephen Dougherty, CEO and Co-Founder of Solace Boats.

Wether you're looking for a family fishing boat or a tournament fishing boat this one is definitely worth a look. The twin-step hull has reverse tracking chines and fast hydrodynamic release for quicker planing.

Fishing features include a durable cockpit fighting chair/rocket launcher, dual 50-gallon livewells, above and below deck fishboxes, full workstation with sink and tackle storage and more. Family features include a 16,000 BTU A/C system, hidden summer kitchen with grill, coolers, cup holders, magnetic cushioned mezzanine bench seating and premium upholstery throughout.

At the helm is a glass cockpit panel with twin 22" MFDs underneath a carbon fiber superstructure with a patented sun shade. An optional second station on the flybridge gives you greater visibility for fishing with a full suite of electronics and controls for all systems up top.

By the looks of it - either way you go with the options - this boat is sure to raise fish while keeping everyone onboard safe and comfortable.

View Solace Boats for sale on boats.com.

Written by: Ryan McVinney
C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, boats.com and Boat Trader.
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