The do-it-all workhorse of the water, the Lindell 41 provides more deck space than any other vessel in its class. That means more downriggers, more elbow room for jigging, more hatch and fish hold volume. Heck, you could play pickleball out there.
Built to maximize the revolutionary V12 outboard technology within Mercury’s Verado 600s, the Lindell 41 has the torque of a Mac Truck with the acceleration of a Camaro. And with 700 gallons in the tank averaging just under a gallon a mile at 36 mph, there can be few constraints and necessary pit stops on your voyage. We can also outfit this vessel in a triple outboard configuration with V10 Verado 400s or Yamaha XTO Offshore 425s.
The pilothouse and cabins embody Lindell’s “Fish Hard, Rest Easy” aesthetic. Once you’ve docked or dropped anchor, you’ll feel right at home preparing the day’s catch in the wide galley, serving in the salon, then playing cards or telling stories until the crew retires to the cozy berths. Custom configurations are available to sleep five, six, or seven passengers. The gentle rock of the waves will have everyone sleeping soundly with dreams of big fish in the morning.