The Power 44 dedicates more than 50% of its length to the external cockpit. That cockpit is organised around a broad, single-level walkway, which runs all the way from the swim platform steps to the helm station, creating plenty of space for a galley to port, as well as an expansive seating area to starboard.
At the forward end of the seating arrangement, a two-man helm station enjoys 360-degree visibility, alongside a large chart table and optional joystick control for stress-free navigation and easy close-quarters manoeuvres. Aft of that, a luxurious six-man dining station backs onto a three-man sun lounger that extends out over the swim platform, so you can relax in the sun, soak in the view or prepare for a ski in comfort.
The retractable hardtop also plays a key part in the Power 44’s new cockpit. With its oversized sliding glass sunroof, it enables you to opt either for the shelter and refinement of an all-weather coupe or for the natural light, fresh breeze and salty air of a Med-style open day boat.
The Power 44 can be configured in whatever way suits your lifestyle. Finished in muted oaks and well lit by long hull windows and overhead skylights, you can spec it with two ensuite staterooms or with three cabins and either one or two bathrooms. In all cases, you get full standing headroom throughout, alongside plenty of storage and a full-beam central saloon. In addition to its six-man dinette and fully equipped galley, the positioning of the lounge area provides a natural separation zone between the master suite and the guest accommodation for the utmost privacy during an extended cruise.
Designed by award-winning Naval Architect, Tony Castro, the Power 44’s famously capable deep-V hull brings outstanding control and ride quality, even during exposed and aggressive sea passages. With 1,000-litre fuel tanks and twin Volvo Penta D6 sterndrives, it also offers 36-knot performance, as well as the welcome reassurance of a cruising range in excess of 300 nautical miles.
If you’re keen to mitigate the cost of ownership through charter, the large saloon, private cabins, flexible layout and leisure-friendly cockpit of the Power 44 are also ideal. But with a semi-custom build process that is engineered to collaborate with the input of each individual customer, this is a motor yacht that can cater equally well for the lifestyle choices of private ownership. In short, whether for sunbathing, dining, watersports or passage making, the new Focus Power 44 is one of the most complete sports cruising solutions in its class.