FRESH WATER TANK
Two Owner Boat
Low Hour (750) Cummins Diesels
Complete Electronics Refit 2020
(New Radar, A/P, Fusion Audio, Dual Garmin GPSMAP 8610)
Aquamarine Decking (2021)
**Purasan Hold N Treat System (2022)**
**Allows To Treat and Discharge OR Send to Holding Tank**
**In a No Dumping Zone? No Problem!**
New MarinAir 16K BTU (2022)
The 410 Sport Bridge’s distinct, Euro-wedge styling is more than cosmetic.
Why did Silverton’s designers raise the 410 Sport Bridge’s gunwales? To get better use of the boat’s 14’8″ beam for the interior. So, where are the side decks? They begin atop the flying bridge. Simply walk up the steps – not a ladder – to the bridge. From this roomy entertaining area, it’s an easy walk down a gentle incline to the bow. The 410 Sport Bridges’ increased beam allows it to have a greater proportion of its beam dedicated to its interior space and provides safe bow access in the process.
One example of this is a galley up. The 410 Sport Bridge’s cooking-and-dining area is placed two steps above the salon level.Tucked under and against the windshield, this galley offers the cook and crew a 180-degree panorama.
Step down into the full beam salon, nicely done with satin cherry paneling and light carpeting. Large windows flooding the space with light. A single recliner and corner sofa with integrated pull out bed face the entertainment center.
Now descend the curved stairs and go belowdecks. Solid, raised-panel doors conceal master and guest staterooms that feature full-size innerspring mattresses and more bookmatched cherrywood. The split head arrangement – the shower is to port and the commode with sink and vanity is to starboard – is convenient when it’s time to read and someone needs to shower. The split head can be accessed from the passageway or from each stateroom.
Access to the 410 Sport Bridges’ flying bridge is up a set of wide, molded steps with a handrail. Up here you can walk out to the bow on wide “sidewalk” side decks.
The massive, clean, well designed helm is forward and starboard making backing into a slip a breeze. The double helm seat folds forward to access storage and the aft seats and lounge have under storage as well.
a wet bar with refrigerator, sink and storage cabinet aft to starboard and a rear sunpad with solid safety rails aft complete the bridge.
The cockpit is deep and self-bailing, plus there’s ample room to lounge or fish. Shoreside utility connections are within easy reach. Handling lines for dockage is easily done with the integrated swim platform and easy to reach cleats.
Access the well put together engine/mechanical room down a set of stairs under salon floor where you will find ample space for all system maintenance.
The interior of the Silverton 410 Sport Bridge is bright with lots of natural light thanks to the huge salon windows and expansive windshield. The full beam salon adds to the open feel with light carpeting and satin cherry wood paneling lending a warm charm.
Entering through the sliding cockpit door there is a single recliner with outboard built in cabinet to port and corner sofa with integral sofa bed to starboard and a hi low table.
Forward to port is a built in bar which could lend itself to a breakfast nook or computer space while to starboard is the built in entertainment center.
Forward and up two stairs is the elevated, well equipped galley. Refrigerator/freezer, double burner glass stove to port on the forward running to starboard corian countertop with microwave and built in stainless sink and built in soap dispenser.
A port facing plush, u shaped dinette encompassas a round hi table that benefits from the expansive glass windows giving great views while dining.
The satin cherry woodwork continues through a curving companionway with large lockers, leads below to the master stateroom.
An island berth with storage drawers under, dominates the master which sports plenty of large lockers, forward running built in shelf on either side of the berth. A circular overhead hatch and port window on each side lending natural light to the room.
Private access to the shared head to starboard with corian top vanity, sink, port window and satin cherry paneling with a mirror and ample storage.
Wrapping up inside accommodations, to port you find a nicely appointed guest cabin with queen berth, mirror and private access to the separate shower area. Here you have a shower with wrap around curtain, molded seat, port window, mirror and built in soap/shampoo dispensers.
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