October 29, 2014

New Model: Baumarine 40 Lobster

Can you mix two styles of boat into one seamlessly. This is in our opinion the Baumarine 40 Lobster, and what it manages to do. The designers at Baumarine for the new 40 created a nice mix between two classic cruisers the Down East lobster boat, and the Italian Gozzo. Customization is also an very important key feature of the 40 Lobster offering in simple terms loads of it with five different interior optional layout choices; you can have it in two cabins plus crew, three cabins, or even an open plan version. Power choices are also very varied with the 40 Lobster being offered in five different engines starting with twin VM 350hp up to Iveco's FPT 400hp. The Baumarine 40 Lobster has standard line shaft propulsion, though an IPS option with twin Volvo 300hp is also available.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.2 m (40ft)
Hull Length - 11.1 m
Beam - 3.6 m
Displacement - 11 t
Fuel Capacity - 540 l (or 640 l optional)
Water Capacity - 210 l
Accommodation - 4 + 2 berths, 6 berths in 3 cabins optional version, optional crew cabin in 2 cabins version
Max Persons - 12
Engines - 2 x VM 350hp, Iveco FPT 400hp, Mercury 370hp, Volvo D4 300hp, D6 370hp
Propulsion - line shaft, or forward looking dual propeller IPS pods with Volvo 300hp
Hull Shape - planning Vee with 17.5 degrees dead-rise aft
Certification - CE B