NEW Joker Clubman 44

Joker Boat is taking its range to a new level with the launch of a 44-foot (13.50 m) maxi rib, the Clubman 44. This new model introduces several new features for the shipyard: two separate cabins, extendable bulwarks, but above all a triple outboard engine.

A customizable cockpit

The Clubman 44 with its 13.50 m length and 4.55 m width is the largest model in the Joker Boat range. Thanks to its facilities, it is easily suitable for cruising, and is approved in category B. It is also suitable for lazy days in the sun thanks to its customizable deck plan. Two options are available: benches and a retractable electric table that can be transformed into a sunbathing area of more than 2 m2 or a more open version with removable benches. This generous cockpit area can be further increased thanks to the bulwarks that open to the rear.

From the first image, it appears that a tender garage dresses the rear deck. A galley equips the rear of the leaning-post, while the front is occupied by three seats facing the console with backrests and armrests. A large windscreen completes the central steering console. The front deck is accessible via two steps and offers an imposing sunbathing area.

An interior design for the cruise

Below deck, two cabins accommodate 4 people for the night. The owner's cabin at the front with a headroom at man's height has a double bed of more than 2 m, storage space, a dressing table and a television. The aft cabin offers two single beds. A bathroom with a separate shower and a ceiling-mounted shower head as well as a small entrance hatch complete the interior layout. The windows should bring light and ventilation.

Yamaha Marine Triple Outboard

Regarding the engine, the Clubman 44 will be offered with three Yamaha Marine outboards with a maximum power of 1050 HP (3x350 HP).

Customization solutions

Numerous customization options will be granted to the owner, both for the interior and exterior: colors of the floats, hull, deck, upholstery, seams. Custom solutions can also be studied with the shipyard.