Design & Details
One of the most dramatic and pleasing features of the 4400 is the huge, stainless steel framed awning window and door between the cockpit and saloon. Once open, the free flow between the two areas not only creates a refreshing, relaxed ambiance, but is also immensely practical.
In the cockpit you can stretch out on a generous lounge and take advantage of a table that adjusts (ram assisted) to serve as a dining table, coffee table or day bed.
Fenders or other bulky equipment can be neatly stowed away in the enormous storage locker in the rear of the transom. The swim platform has also been thoughtfully designed with a concealed swim ladder and can be fitted with an optional hydraulic lift.
Even access to the engines has been carefully considered. There’s a service hatch in the forward area of the cockpit for general inspections and a large section of the cockpit floor can be raised – using a remote-activated electric control – for full engine-room access.
For our designers, details make all the difference and they are forever asking how they can make life on board as smooth and pleasurable as possible. Take the sun pad on the foredeck: it has safety rails and drink holders, it comes with a cover, is self-draining and has a wind deflector incorporated at the front edge to prevent lifting in a breeze or when cruising at speed. Access to the foredeck is also that much safer and easier by virtue of wide walkaround side decks with courtesy lights on the steps either side of the cockpit.