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September 21, 2007

Cavileer 44' Convertible

Featuring propeller pockets that reduce draft to just three feet, three inches, the 44' Cavileer is a molded, hand-laid, semi-custom convertible designed by Cavileer and renowned naval architectural engineer Donald L. Blount & Associates. The prop pockets reduce shaft angle, which eliminates vibration and improves propeller efficiency. Powered by the standard, twin Caterpillar C-12 700-hp engines, the convertible has a proposed cruising speed of 32 knots, topping out at 36.

SPECIFICATIONS
Length 44'5"
Beam 16'
Draft 3' 3"
Deadrise 12 ¿
Fuel 700 gals.
Water 100 gals.
Displacement 44,000 lbs.
Price $829,000
With twin 700-hp Caterpillar C-12 diesels

The Cavileer has two staterooms, two heads, a galley and salon. The interior features teak cabinets, custom flooring, stainless-steel hardware and an entertainment center.

The cockpit has an insulated fish box, live baitwell, tackle center and rod holders. Dockside water, electric, TV and phone hookups are located in the cockpit, along with a raw-water washdown.

Cavileer Boatworks, Lower Bank, NJ; (609) 965-8650; www.cavileer.com.