They didn’t invent the Trawler:
they made it better
Sailing comfort is another of this yacht’s strengths. Both indoors and outdoors, there are spaces that are very ergonomically well cared for and fitted out with quality materials. The fittings are extremely well cared for and smudge-free, as are the assemblies and systems, which can be easily inspected-nothing will be able to disturb your relaxation while cruising.
The design is characterized by linear windows and generous volumes in the forward sections determined by the choice of an almost vertical bow. The T43 Trawler makes the most of its nearly 14-m hull length and 4.37-m maximum beam.
Stepping aboard, one is immediately struck by the large amount of open space available: the fly has a predominant steering station, dinette and sundeck. The bow has two large sundecks with modular backrests, front-facing settee and adequate side passages in both width and height that are safe for those sailing with children.
Even in the cockpit there is an immediate sense of abundant space because, thanks to the large, almost flat windshield of the deckhouse, there is an unobstructed view from the aft end to the bow. The interior is spacious and subdivided to ensure maximum cruising comfort for six people in both the cabins and the saloon. Start the engines and here comes another welcome surprise: the T43 Trawler is quiet and vibration-free, which will also make your cruise fantastic.