Tristram 741 Offshore

Seriously soft riding… perfectly accurate… if you’re in the market for a decent-sized fishing and diving boat, this is simply a case of ‘why wouldn’t you?’ She rides like a dream, looks great, there’s space for Africa, she will come with the fanatical finish Tristram is renowned for, and all for a similar price to many other alloy and glass options on the market.

– Boating New Zealand Magazine

7.9m / 259"

Overall Length

2.5m / 82"

Beam

22 deg

Deadrise

270 L

Fuel

100 L

Water

A Cockpit for Fishing & Diving

Tristram’s 741 Offshore boasts a large cockpit designed for fishing, diving, entertaining and much more. A moulded channel around the underfloor compartment allows owners to hose their cockpits without water draining into under the floor, and cleverly designed side pockets offer great storage, while remaining easy to clean.

Side bolsters and teak side decks work brilliantly for anglers and divers, and moulded walk-throughs on both the port and starboard sides of the transom enable easy access from the cockpit to the boarding platforms and vice-versa.

Non-skid fibreglass flooring, removable carpet and SeaDek flooring treatments are available which each offer unique properties for a variety of boating activities.

Dynamic Hardtop

Two hardtop hatches introduce natural light and airflow into the cockpit area. These hatches are also useful for spotting work ups and offer brilliant ventilation for the 741 Offshore’s mid-ship located food preparation and cooking facilities.

A 3-facet toughened glass windscreen with double mullion system for superior strength is standard, as are sliding side windows, stainless steel fore-aft rails and vertical port & starboard grab handles.

All Tristram hardtops are designed with moulded side and top flares for wind deflection. Ceilings are also lined with vinyl paneling for sound absorption.

A Fusion Bluetooth entertainment head unit and speakers are mounted in the hardtop’s instrument panel and each owner has the option of mounting their VHF beside the Fusion head unit or in the skipper’s moulded side pocket.

Mid-Ship Galley

Practicality was top of mind when the Tristram 741 Offshore’s galley was designed. Traditionally, boats of this size offer cooking facilities in the entrance to the cabin. Tristram’s mid-ship located galley offers an array of layout and design features that provide the chef and their crew with an experience, second-to-none.

The cabin remains free from cooking smells which keeps it fresh for overnighting. An optional drawer fridge can be mounted under the driver’s seat to keep refrigeration sounds away from cabin occupants overnight, and 360 degree vision is maintained so the chef can continue to enjoy the on-water ambiance.

Standard features include a cutlery, plate and pot drawer, moulded sink & tapware and a gas cooker and gas bottle (audited on every boat for compliance with AS/NZS 5601).

The 741 Offshore’s mid-ship galley offers a unique and practical food preparation station for long weekends away.

‘On Trailer’ Dimensions

8.85m

Length

2.85m

Height

2.50m

Beam

3.13m

Height
(incl rocket launcher)

2800 kg

Weight (incl Trailer)

3.25m

Height
(incl radar)

Please Note: Dimensions and capacities are approximate and/or variable. Lengths are measured with engine in lowered position.

Please Note: Images may show optional equipment.

For pricing and further information please contact Tristram Marine on +64-7-849-5225 or online using our web-enquiry form.