Lattitude Adjustment | 2007 Dean 441

Punta Gorda, FL, US


LATITUDE ADJUSTMENT is a customized OWNERS VERSION Catamaran.  The Port hull caters to the owner with en-suite separate shower forward and head amidships with a spare cabin or workshop aft. The Starboard hull has guest cabin forward withensuite head and shower; the aft guest cabin has an ensuite shower with access
to the head midship. Her unique layout maximizes livability, increases storage
space and limits excessive heads to maintain onboard. Designed for cruisers,
with room for captain/crew or visiting family and friends. With world cruising
in mind, she has been wired to accommodate both European and American
shore power circuits with two completely independent systems. The vessel is
equipped with a Northern Lights 5KW diesel generator as well as 900 Watts of
solar panels to replenish the batteries. Climate controlled comfort no matter what the latitude is provided by five reverse cycle Heat/air-conditioning units vented throughout the vessel. She is well appointed for navigation with a modern electronic Hybrid Touch Chartplotter, a 48mile Radar and AIS as well as high quality ICOM VHF/ SSB for communication.The solid dinghy lift and stowage system keeps a dinghy and outboard secure for passages, although the OC tender has already been sold separately. She has just been surveyed in July 2023 and valued at $315,000. confirming all repairs were done to ABYC standards. Then sellers have opted to make a price adjustment to accommodate for minor maintenance items as well as the main sail age and condition so the price has been reduced to $299,000. a great opportunity for a catamaran of this class under $300K. She has just had a bottom paint job and the hull buffed and waxed and is ready to go on her next adventure with you.
This true Bluewater cruising Cat us priced to sell, all you need to do is call for an appointment.


  • Length: 44ft
  • Beam: 23' 6"
  • Draft: 4' 6"
  • Year: 2007
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Speed: 8
  • Status: Active

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  • Keel: Other


  • Length Overall: 44 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 6"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 68' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 23' 6"


  • Total Power: 84
  • Engine Brand: Mitsubishi Vetus
  • Year Built: 2007
  • Engine Model: M4.17
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1500
  • Engine Power: 42 hp

  • Total Power: 84
  • Engine Brand: Mitsubishi Vetus
  • Year Built: 2007
  • Engine Model: M4.17
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1650
  • Engine Power: 42 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (145 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (145 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 3

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Owner’s Hull
 Port forward has a King-size bed with foam mattress topper.
 Overhead opening deck hatch for ventilation
 Storage cabinets on each side of bed and Large bookshelf above bed
 Extra large and full-length dressing table with cupboards and drawers underneath.
 Two opening deck hatches for ventilation/Two Large non opening hull windows
 Reading lights/overhead lighting and fan
 En-suite shower with teak seating forward and Access to head amidships
 Large desk/office area with file cabinet and storage under seat
 Recessed bookshelf and place for additional electronics
 220V outlets as well as 12V outlet
 Extra large full height storage locker with internal shelves
 Several cupboards for storage
 Extra large storage area amidships has numerous cupboards and shelves for storage (2m long by 1.2m wide by 1.2m high)

Aft Cabin Port is currently utilized as workroom
 The split mattress is designed for easy access to the engine space underneath.
 Cupboards next to bed and Overhead cupboards aft
 Reading lights, overhead lighting and new fan installed 2022.
 Two large opening port lights/large non-opening side hull window.
 Numerous other cupboards for stowage
 Access to head amidships

Forward Cabin Starboard
 King-size 2.1m x 1.6m bed with 4″ foam topper
 Two storage cabinets with steps up to bed in-between and bookshelf.
 Full height large double door wardrobe with shelves and shoe storage.
 Dressing table with cupboards and storage underneath.
 Two opening deck hatches/Large non-opening hull window.
 Reading lights/overhead recessed lighting and fan.
 Both 220v/110v outlets
 Ensuite head and sink forward
 Easy access to view the sight gauge on the fuel tank.
Aft Cabin Starboard
 Queen size Semi Island bed with side access via steps.
 4 x large Cupboards next to bed and Overhead with new Fan installed 2022 
 Numerous other cupboards for stowage
 Reading lights/overhead lighting and fan
 Two large opening port lights/large non-opening side hull window.
 Large en-suite shower/ Access to head amidships
Electrical & Electronics
 Raymarine e95 Hybrid-touch Chartplotter, links via WiFi to iPad (2014)
 Raymarine 48 mile 4KW Radar with 18″ Radome (2014)
 Raymarine ST 6002 Smart Autopilot
 Raymarine (3) i70 depth, speed, wind instruments
 Raymarine (1) i70 Tri-data Multi-display in master suite
 AIS 650
 Icom M604 VHF radio with extra command mike at helm
 Icom M 801 SSB radio (owner never used/operation unknown)
 TV 54 cm flat screen LCD 12V TV 22″
 TV Aerial on mast
 Jensen Bluetooth CD/DVD/Stereo with waterproof speakers in Targa bar
 Chain counter in cockpit + remote (operation unknown not used)
 Global Fix ACR 406 MHz GPS (EPIRB) expires 5/2023
 Batteries Dedicated Engine start (2) AGM (2022)
 Batteries House Bank (4) AGMs  new Feb. 2022.
 Invertor / Charger – 3000 Watt – 130 Amp charger
 Solar panels approx. 960 Watts total (6 on Hard Bimini, 2 on Targa)
 Generator – Northern Lights 5KW installed 2014 (less than 1000 hours)
 Isolation Transformer – 3 KW
 Analog fuel and tank gauges
 Fans – 6 (2 in Saloon, 1 in each cabin installed 2022)
 AC and DC Control panels at Nav station
 Battery voltmeters, ammeters on switchboard
 Vessel wired for both 220/110 added parallel system 2014
 Dual 30 amp shore power connectors
 12 Volt outlet (per unit)
 DC circuit: 12V negative ground system with two wire-insulated return
 AC circuit including shore power (1) Euro transom socket (2) 30 amp on Targa, electrical panel with necessary breakers. All light current wiring is silicone tinned wiring which is flame proof and does not give off toxic vapors
 Two under water Zinc anodes fitted to hull. DC and AC common grounded.

Main Salon
 Large salon area with 360-degree panoramic view
 Semi-circular settee comfortably seating up to 8 people. Silky off-white Salon settee cushions New 2022
 Beautiful Solid wood cabinetry surrounds you throughout the vessel
 Custom made Compass rose inlay on folding salon table
 Climate controlled Interior with air conditioning and heating systems
 (5) Five independent Air-conditioning units installed in each cabin (6000BTU)
 16000BTU in the salon. 17000 BTU
 Webasto 5KW diesel heat **removed 
 Blinds and screens for hatches and portlights
 Large Nav station desk with chair and chart light
 Storage compartments under salon seat and dish storage under the table
 Overhead recessed lighting/with dimmer switch for salon lights
 Opening port lights in front windows/opening deck hatches
 Aluminum sliding door opens fully to cockpit uniting the area and providing excellent ventilation
 Both 220V/110V outlets throughout the vessel

 A galley designed for world cruising, perfect for entertaining, with a vast amount of storage and plenty of counter space.
 Galley in main salon to starboard with direct access to cockpit featuring large Corian counter tops with under mounted sinks with pressurized mixer tap
 Integrated under counter trash bin w/separate door access for easy removal of bags
 Cutlery drawer/Large chest of drawers of different sizes/Storage under sink
 Stainless steel Three-burner gas stove with flame failure device and pot holders
 Stainless steel gas Oven with grill and rotisserie
 Two (2) 12v refrigerators (in-board unit currently not functional)
 One (1) extra large top loading deep freezer
 Cupboards for ample storage of crockery and groceries
 Overhead recessed lighting
 Both 220 v/110v outlets
 New proper US compliant LPG system and storage installed 2023

Engines: 2 x Mitsubishi Marine diesel engines Model M4.17 with shaft drives, both freshwater cooled.
 With both engines running 6 knots is easily achieved @1800rpm; with one engine running 5 knots is easily achieved at half the fuel consumption.
 Additional sound proofing in engine rooms *Needs refreshing.
 Extraction and ventilation fans in engine rooms
 Each engine is mounted on a specially molded bed
 Engine Motor mounts and dripless shaft seals replaced June 2023
 Fuel capacity is 550L/145.3 US gal tank with sight gauge and shut off valve 
 Propellers:  3 blade Fixed
 Stern Gear: Vetus 30mm shaft
 Alternators – 2 x 190 Amp Hi Output

 Two 335 L/88.5 US gal rigid polyethylene water tanks in front lockers.
 Fully pressurized fresh water system
 Toilets  (2) Upgraded to large bowl electric midship Port & Starboard
Waste tanks for toilets aft of engine space
 Deck suction for 2 holding tanks
 Rainmaker Water maker – 12V 40 gal/hr. (2017 never used by current owners)
 Filter – Drinking water in galley
 All freshwater hoses of re-enforced PVC tubing with speed-fit connections.
 All hot water piping is enclosed in a neoprene covering to maintain temperature over long period of time.
 Tank vents terminate in the lockers.
 One water heater of 50lt/11.09 US gal tank New Feb. 2022
 All grey water from showers is discharged overboard by automatic drain pump|
 All sinks are self-draining and direct to sea
 Two large capacity water pressure pumps New Feb. 2022
 Each pump draws water from the appropriate fresh water tank and services the entire boat
 2 x hi-capacity electric bilge pumps with automatic sensors for main bilge area
 Two manual 100 L/26.42 US gal/min bilge pumps for main bilge area

 CE design CAT A Ocean
 ISO 9002 certification
 Max load 2500 kg
 Construction Hull GRP Balsa Composite
 Construction Deck GRP Balsa Composite
 Construction Under Waterline Solid GRP Laminate

Sails and Rigging
 Mainsail (2014)
 Furling Genoa ( 2014)Running rigging replaced with new Oct. 2021 Screecher/Genaker system: winches and deck hardware with continuous line system
 Double spreaders fractional rig with wiring shielded in PVC tube secured to mast
 Batten car system for mainsail (2014)
 Shrouds with chafe guards (new 2017)
 Flag halyards from bottom spreader
 Whisker pole
 VHF aerial on top of mast
 Two (2) winches on mast
 Stack pack in lieu of boom cover (2014)
 Reefing blocks on mainsail (first 2 reefs only)
 Block on mast to lead main halyard aft

Deck Equipment
 Cockpit and helm cushions New 2021
 65lb. Spade anchor (2017)
 Chain Upgraded 250′ galvanized chain (2017)
 Electric Windlass oversized Maxwell (New Jan. 2021)
 Teak cockpit table with ice bucket
 Hard-top Bimini with Targa bar
 Front windscreen (New March 2021)
 Excellent view from helm
 Bimini sides and back with white mesh currently stowed.
 Complete cockpit enclosure (installed 2022)
 Light in cockpit
 LED Lights in Targa bar with dimmer switch
 Light in end of the boom
 Courtesy lights in cockpit
 Harken #46 Winches (2)
 Harken #60 Winches (1) Electric port side (1) starboard
 Footrest at helm
 Bow seats on pulpits
 All stanchions of stainless steel 700mm high, dual lifelines of 4mm stainless wire
 Electronic safe fitted for valuables – Fit in port front cabin
 Fenders / Dock lines
 8 man Viking life raft 2007 (Needs recertification or replace with new)

Damage Disclosure
Discloser Statement:
The vessel received some cosmetic Fiberglass damage as a result of Hurricane Ian. The hull under the bridgedeck was scratched as well as a scratch across the farthest aft edge of both port and starboard stern steps, where a dock line chafed. Additionally a portlight in the port aft stateroom was replaced. All repairs have been fully documented and completed by the yard according to professional marine standards. 

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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