Like its smaller sisters, the Linssen Grand Sturdy 40.0 is available in an AC variant (with an aft cabin) and a Sedan variant (with an open, self-draining cockpit). The easily recognisable, slim profile is consistently carried through into the new, elegant designs.
The Linssen Grand Sturdy 40.0 is 12.85 × 4.30 m, making it a high-volume vessel with a full, wide forward compartment. The generously proportioned layout of the Linssen 40 ft segment is unprecedented.
You notice these generous proportions as soon as you enter the saloon. The saloon and kitchen are situated on the same level, with only one step between the saloon and the kitchen compartment, allowing the cook and the guests to enjoy life on board together. Practical, efficiently positioned drawers, cupboards, etc. make life on board very convenient.
The steps to the forward cabin can be folded up to allow access to a useful “cellar”. Very handy if you are a wine lover! Looking aft, the steps give access to the saloon.
The forward cabin has a double bed that you can get in and out of comfortably on both sides. Portholes and deck hatches allow lots of light and air to enter. There are large wardrobes and lots of shelving, and a useful drawer under the bed. The toilet can be accessed from the forward cabin and the central entrance area, so that your guests in the twin-bedded central cabin, can use it too. They can also access the separate shower from there.
The aft cabin is also extremely spacious, with a freestanding double bed, separate shower and separate toilet, as well as a large amount of cupboard, storage and drawer space.
In the Sedan version, the passage connecting the saloon to the cockpit is on one level, with only a low threshold. Running along the length of the superstructure, the Linssen Longtop covers the cockpit. This means you can stay comfortable and dry, or sheltered from bad weather, when sitting on the integrated bench seat in the cockpit, with the central stern door to the swimming platform.