43' Robin Hood

Custom Hull #
53
Splash Date
June 2014

Making the most out of all spaces, the mezzanine not only serves as a comfort station complete with an ice maker and drink coolers, it also offers bait storage and functions as an aft helm station with pod joystick controls in a recessed compartment. The cabin is dual-functioning with the helm and salon space wrapped in the richness of custom book-matched cherry veneer and trim accents. Power comes from a compact pair of 600hp Cummins QSC motors and C-9 Zeus pods which provide space for a second stateroom below the salon.

Specs
Length
43' 0"
Beam
14' 6"
Draft
3' 10"
Water Line
39' 0"
Cockpit Area (sq. ft.)
96
Dry Weight (lbs.)
29,770
Fuel Capacity (gal.)
620
Water Capacity (gal.)
100
Holding Tanks (gal.)
35
Power
Engine(s)
Cummins
Model
QSC8.3
Horsepower
600x2
Propulsion
Zeus Pods
Performance
Cruise Speed (kts.)
31.8
Cruise Fuel Burn
44.6
WOT Speed (kts.)
36.8
Power

43 Engine Room

Raising the cockpit floor, an Alexseal® premium yacht finish adorns one of the most accessible engine room spaces for a boat of this size. In addition to the power package & pod drive system, an ISO boost unit, watermaker and Cummins Onan Generator are all positioned for convenient reach.

Interior Layout

43 Interior

Walking in the cabin door, you step into a dual-functioning helm and saloon space wrapped in the richness of custom book-matched cherry veneer and trim accents. Notably used by Cadillac as their interior accent wood for its perfect balance of luxury and durability, Sapele is matched with maple on the floors with a satin finish throughout. Sapele lumber runners are also used in the headliner to provide a luxurious accent, and to help make the cabin space feel even larger. Two Stidd helm chairs with a matching electronics dash wrap are the foundation for the interior driving station with pod joystick controls. Guests can keep the captain company in a Jarrett Bay signature bucket seat and sofa with dry storage underneath; or lend a hand in the well-appointed galley with hidden Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer units, a hidden microwave and maximized storage space and cabinetry.

Built with Canyon overnighters and extended Caribbean cruising in mind, the Jarrett Bay 43 HTX comfortably sleeps four in a forward queen berth stateroom and a side-by-side bunk room beneath saloon. This unique bunk room bonus space is afforded due to the smaller footprint needed for the engine room thanks to the compact pod drives. The queen bed lifts for custom rod storage, and hanging and storage lockers are found centrally and on the outboard hull sides.

Keeping things custom all the way into the head, here you will find a hand-carved, high-gloss Sapele sink and matching counter top, custom wallpaper and a teak trimmed, seamless glass shower entrance.

Cockpit Layout

43 Cockpit

With an intent focus on the business-end of this Jarrett Bay, the owner & captain’s cockpit order definitely did not fall short on any detail. Ensuring access to the twin 600hp Cummins QSC motors and Zeus pod drives did not encroach on deck space, the 43HTX’s hydraulic cockpit decklift delivers in both form & state-of-the-art function. Making the most out of all spaces, the mezzanine not only serves as a comfort station complete with an ice maker and drink coolers, it also provides bait storage and functions as an aft helm station with pod joystick controls in a recessed compartment . Also serving double-duty is the stern fishbox that doubles as a live well. Keeping the aft deck space clear of clutter from head to toe, the electric teaser reels are flush mounted into the cabin overhang, and a low-footprint Release Marine Battle Saddle perfectly complements Jarrett Bay’s finely crafted teak cockpit accents, as well as the custom metal, CNC-cut Jarrett Bay logo drain covers.

Extras

43 Extras Layout

Look down after dusk, and you’ll find your own aquarium forming around custom underwater transom LED lights. Walk forward safely using a hidden finger rail on the cabin sides to access the custom anchor pulpit and windlass, and look back at the wide-view wrap-around windows with wipers for maximum visibility in unfavorable conditions. Look up to find FLIR technology, custom LED tower lights, pod joystick controls, teaser reel remote, and actuated storage drawers all conveniently accessible in the buggy top.

Wrapping it all up in a shiny Alexseal Kingston Grey coated hull, a Josh Everett Nautical Designs hand-painted transom, and topped off with a custom buggy top, the “Gregarious” is ready to share the quality, passion and dedication of Jarrett Bay’s custom Carolina construction with all she may encounter.

25 Comments

  1. Dr. William Martens

    Would it be possible to have some information emailed to me on the 43′ Express? I.E. below deck layout, helm station, etc.

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thanks for your interest Dr. Martens! We’ll have one of our sales associates get in touch with you directly.

      Reply
      • Michael Valentino

        To whom it may concern,

        I would like to speak with someone about an express / open boat in the mid 40 foot range. I would prefer a 2 stateroom boat, but it is not mandatory provided it has a spacious cabin with a salon area that can convert into berths. Rod Storage is also a requirement, So when someone has chance I would like to speak with your 43 and 46.

        Thanks

      • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

        Thanks Michael, you should have received a response directly from a sales representative. Please let us know if you have any further questions!

  2. Benedetto

    I’d like to receive more infos about this 43′ express and about the 41′ express also. Particularly, I would need for the interior layouts and bridge deck arrangements. thanks in advance

    Reply
    • Danielle Johnston

      Good afternoon and thank you for your inquiry. We will be sending you a brochure with the requested information. I will have one of our staff members from the sales department get in touch with you directly.

      Reply
  3. Bill

    Send info and pics on the 43′ express

    Reply
  4. joe coughlin

    would like more info on this boat as far as layout below and estimated asking price

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thanks for your Inquiry Joe – someone from the sales staff should be in touch with shortly! Also, if you check out this hull’s renderings gallery there is a proposed interior layout.

      Reply
  5. Ryan

    My father and I are looking to upgrade from our 35′ to something in the 42′ – 46′ range. We are just starting to look at the custom boat manufacturers like Jarret Bay Boatworks, and must say your boats have absolutely beautiful lines and appear to have some of the best quality in the industry. Could I please have some information on the boat and an estimated asking price?

    Reply
  6. Joe Elphick

    Att: Randy (CEO)
    Hi Randy,
    Looking forward to seeing (and hearing) at the Big Rock next week. Can you forward more information on the 42′ Express currently under construction; please include proposed finished date and pricing. My fishing team have asked me to line up a Jarrett Bay factory tour on our lay day …. is that possible?
    Joe Elphick

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thanks for your interest Joe – Randy will be in touch with you directly. Scheduling a tour shouldn’t be a problem.

      Reply
  7. Jose Pelfini

    Hola bob i try to call you this morning, can you please send me other telefone number please
    gracias

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Bob has responded already, but please let us know if you have any further trouble touching base with him Jose.

      Thanks!

      Reply
  8. John

    Can u send the asking price and some more info on this boat

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thank you for your interest John! A new construction representative should have been in touch with you directly via email concerning your inquiry. If you have have any more questions please let us know!

      Reply
  9. Stephan Vlachos

    Hello.
    Very interested on the projected preformance and any other info.
    Thanks.

    Reply
  10. Randy Hoft

    I would like a cost estimate and construction time on a 43 express like the Gregarious Thanks

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Thank you for your interest Mr. Hoft – a representative will send you some further information directly via email!

      Reply
  11. Ron Silveira

    We Were Fishing About A Month Ago West Of Block Island And Spotted Her Right Away . Didn’t Need To See Her Name . I Told Everyone On Boars That’s A 43 Foot Jarrett Bay Custom . It’s Owner Is From Newport R.I. . She Is Beautiful. The Fish Weren’t Biting So We Watched Her For An Hour Or So. Great Idea , Great Built Congrats To You And The Owner !!!!!!

    Reply
  12. Patrick Purell

    please send price for 43′ Jarrett Bay as shown.

    Reply
    • Jarrett Bay Boatworks

      Hi Patrick, you should have received more details directly via email, please let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks for your interest!

      Reply
  13. TJ

    Hello, I’m interested in the price of a mirror build of Gregarious. Thank you

    Reply
  14. Abigail

    Hello! Im interested on finding out for specs and pricing of this boat?

    Reply

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