In designing the new 441 Sedan, Meridian’s team of naval architects developed a new hull, deck, bridge and shearline. This all new design features a more aggressive profile and new hull-side windows for the guest stateroom, easier bridge access, better topside accommodations, and more natural light and woodwork in its interior living spaces.
The 441’s wide-open floor plan ensures smooth flow and unbroken lines of sight between the salon, the yacht’s dedicated dinette and the full-service galley. What’s more, Meridian has further enhanced its signature integrated two-tier window system to ensure improved visibility from all these interior areas. A lower helm station is available.
Plus the 441’s impressive two-stateroom, two-head layout provides a gracious master suite, located forward with a queen-size island berth with innerspring pillowtop mattress. The spacious amidship guest stateroom, which spans the yacht’s beam, features a double berth, thoughtfully appointed vanity and settee and plenty of storage.
The Meridian 441 comes standard with twin 380-hp QSB Cummins electronically-controlled diesels drive conventional running gear. For that reason Meridian makes both bow and stern thrusters standard to make docking a cinch even in adverse current. Optional engines include 425-hp and 480-hp Cummins diesels with optional Zeus pod drives. She has two large staterooms below, each with ensuite heads. Both the salon and flying bridge seating are large and we particularly like the double-wide companion seat on the flying bridge.
Integrated vessel control
Natural hardwood flooring and cherry cabinetry
Cedar-lined illuminated hanging lockers in guest stateroom
Bonded and tinted windows on hull and deck
High engine temperature/low engine oil pressure alarm
Internal sea strainers