The 430 debuted at Dusseldorf 2014 and was a development of the popular 425. The boat used the latest finishes and technology in a proven semi-displacement hull which performed well at sea and inland. Twin transom steps and wide decks make for easy access and practicality and there was the option of a hardtop with retractable canvas roof.
Internally the 430 has been radically updated and looks more like a boutique apartment than a boat. The saloon was offered with layout options as well as a choice of fabrics and either a contemporary or classic design style. The aft cabin features an innovative athwartships bed and a chaise longue, beneath a panoramic transom window. The port side washroom features a translucent sliding door and rain-maker shower. The versatile V-berth in the forward cabin comes as standard and easily converts from a double to a twin. In common with other recent models, the 430 favours Volvo’s D series engines and could be supplied with a single 370hp D6 giving a top speed of 18 knots, or more usually with twin engines ranging from 225hp to 440hp.
|LOA:||43ft 3in / 13.2m|
|Beam:||13ft 11in / 4.24m|
|Draught:||3ft 6in / 1.06m|
|Min. Air Draught:||10ft 10in / 3.3m|
|Cruise Speed:||20 knots|
|Max. Speed:||29 knots|
|Fuel Capacity:||2 x 138 gals / 628 ltrs|
or 1 x 150 gals / 682 ltrs
|Water Capacity:||100 gals / 454 ltrs|
|Build Period:||2014 –|