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Freeman 41

The largest boat in the Freeman fleet was a major development for the Freeman factory as all the manufacturing facilities had to be scaled up. Many more of these boats were manufactured than people realise, vitually all of them initially went abroad. In fact it was the model that sustained the factory during the recession period.

Specification

This is a factory specification from the original boat brochures. It must be noted that each boat was individually made, sometimes to owners particular specifications and the manufacturing process developed over time.

Length:  41' (12.50m) Length at Waterline:  35' (10.67m)
Beam:  14' (4.27m) Draft:  3' (0.91m)
Height Above Waterline:  11' (3.35m) Headroom:  6' 5" (1.96m)
Headroom Aft:  6' 2" (1.88m) Headroom Wheelhouse:  6' 3" (1.90m)
Construction:  Fibreglass Berths:  6
Water Capacity:  100 Gallons Fuel Capacity:  300 Gallons
Start Date:  1978 End Date:  1983

Original Engine(s)

The boats were fitted with a number of engine options from new. This model could of been fitted with one of the following engines depending on the original order.

Example Engines

Sabre 210/212

Further information on the engines and the models they were fitted in can be found in the engines section.