The Americans, we know, love fisherman boats. Extremely marine boats, conceived for both ocean navigation and offshore fishing trips.
American Fisherman boats are famous for being functional, sturdy and little devoted to design.
With its new 46’ Grander, Jarrett Bay, famous in America for its custom and semi-custom boats, has reversed the trend. She fully remains a “Marlin Machine” but she’s an amazing grey-and-silver-boat. The cockpit is beautiful, just like the two fore armchairs perfectly integrated in the superstructure and reachable through a high narrow “corridor” which seems to be “dug” in the bridge.
The deck is made of teak and the cockpit has a central raised zone equipped with a sofa, a fridge, an ice maker, a freezer and an armchair. The main driving position has two seats and a high-tech console.
A sea of led lights illuminates the hard top, the lateral passages and the stern with an abundance of lights and colours.
Interior luxury is nothing new on this kind of boats and 46′ Grander is not an exception. Seeing is believing.