The 48 Convertible was the largest flybridge sportfishing boat produced by Californian during the company’s many years of production. Built on a solid fiberglass hull with a well-flared bow and a shallow keel. Her standard three-stateroom layout was arranged with the galley and dinette forward in the salon and an amidships owner’s suite, while an alternate two-stateroom floorplan with a mid-level galley opened up the salon considerably.
A relatively narrow beam and wide side decks result in salon dimensions that are very modest compared with other boats her size. Early models came with dark walnut interior woodwork. A transom door was standard in the cockpit, and the tournament-style flybridge was arranged with lounge seating forward of the helm console. Additional features included separate stall showers in both heads, a molded pulpit, transom door, and wide side decks. Among several engine options, a pair of 550hp 6V92s cruise the Californian 48 at 21 knots (around 24 knots top).
Three staterooms layout with two head that both have separate shower stalls.
V-berth with filler in forward stateroom along with a uppersingle berth to starboard.
Starboard is the master stateroom w/pedestal queen size berth, storage, ensuite head w/ large tub and shower.
Aft to port is the third stateroom with upper/ lower berths.
Salon and galley area w/convertible dinette to port, galley area to starboard with teak and holly sole. Salon has an "L" shaped convertible sofa, entertainment cente, etc.
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