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DP YACHTING INTERNACIONAL
A great example, with fully overhauled engines and a newly upholstered cockpit with toned down and white material.
She also has a customised stainless windshield and a stainless aft platform.
A must see.....great fun !! More photos and Videos available.
Baja’s proven bottom design works very well on the 40 Outlaw, a standard offshore 24 degree deadrise V-bottom with four strakes and a standard chine. The two inside strakes terminated well forward of the transom, while the outside strakes ran full length. The hull is made from laminated bi-axial hand laid fiberglass fabrics.
At this model Baja forgot the traditional deck and hull styling, the softer, gentler angles witch made it so famous? No, definitely they didn’t forgot nothing, they just design a hull that features a fully encapsulated interlocking stringer system to produce a stiff, rugged and forgiving structure.
The interior of the 2008 Baja 40 Outlaw is spacious enough to accommodate 8 passengers and provides sleeping capacity for 4 persons.
The cabin offers all the comfort you need for a couple of resting hours. Forward of the seats is a series of rectangular cushions over a berth area. You’ll find here large stowage compartments under the seat cushions in the lounge and berth, as well as a separate stowage locker. The cabin looks like a high tech room with plenty of light. In the forward area of the cabin is a large V-berth with privacy curtain and storage below. Further aft are two large bench seats and a small galley with refrigerator, stainless steel sink, and single-burner alcohol stove. There’s also an enclosed head which houses a porta potti.
The cockpit is a functional one with lots of space for all the passengers of the 40 Outlaw. The pilot and copilot seats are stout McLeod power bolster with pistol-grip handles in the rear corners. The other passengers can seat on two McCloud electric bolster seats and on the aft banch.
The helm is very well designed and can also be customized by the owner. Over here you’ll find three 5-inch Gaffrig tachometers and a single 100-mph Gaffrig liquid-filled speedometer. Plenty of Teleflex gauges will help you monitories your systems. Two panels of electrical switches keep everything within reach, and easy sight. The Gaffrig Platinum split shift throttle controls and the trim tabs and K-plane indicators allow for fine tuned handling and performance. The fact that the 40 Outlaw has no windshield will not obstruct your view.Test Drive
Testing the Baja 40 Outlaw is a real pleasure. This boat cuts slalom turns in wind chop without a skip or hitch. It takes the curves at cruising speed so well you’ll think it is on rails. The steering torque is non-existent. The deep V hull is designed for delivering the best performance ride while traveling at high speeds so his boat can definitely reach a top speed of 65 mph (51 knots) with the right power package and the perfect weather conditions.
Baja’s 40 Outlaw is a boat you can count on to handle consistently well regardless of the water conditions. The 40 is one mean performance machine, the biggest, toughest model in Baja Marine’s famed Outlaw series.