Mag Bay 43 CC

The 43 CC is capable of handling hardcore fishing duties in a comfortable fashion.
Courtesy Mag Bay Yachts

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One of the latest brands to join the ranks of the 40-something center-console league is California-based custom builder Mag Bay Yachts with its 43 CC featuring a patented Cross Step hull design. The 43 CC reflects Mag Bay’s signature styling, which includes an intricately contoured tumblehome in the stern quarters, a sweeping sheer that dips ever so slightly at the forepeak, and a healthy bow flare. Fishing features include a 75-gallon transom livewell and 525 gallons of in-sole fish-locker capacity. Two rows of helm chairs offer posh seating for six, and the console interior features a berth and an enclosed head with a shower. Available power includes twin or triple Mercury Verado 600 hp V-12s or quad 400 hp V-10s. The hardtop boasts a polished stainless-steel frame and incorporates an overhead electronics box that will accommodate a flush-mount multifunction display to augment the pair of flush-mount MFDs already at the helm. Digital switching controls all ship’s systems. A wraparound windshield protects the helm. A starboard side door facilitates boarding, swimming and landing big fish. 

Length:43’2″Beam:12’0″Draft:2’6″ (motors down)Weight:23,400 lb. (w/ power)Fuel:650 gal.Max HP:1,800MSRP:$1,175,000 (base w/ twin Mercury 600 V-12s)

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