New boats: Clipper Hudson Bay 43

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Clipper Hudson Bay 42 saloon Clipper Hudson Bay 42 saloon
Clipper Hudson Bay 43 layout Clipper Hudson Bay 43 layout

The Clipper Hudson Bay 43 is the second of six new luxury boats to be announced by Clipper Motor Yachts in the lead-up to the Gold Coast International Marine Expo.

New boats: Clipper Hudson Bay 43
The new Hudson Bay 43 by Clipper Motor Yachts will start from $695,000.

The popular Hudson Bay displacement hull design from Clipper Yachts has been reborn as a coastal cruising sedan with an all-new saloon and accommodation layout, designed with entertaining in mind.



The voluminous rear cockpit includes full shade protection, plus dedicated seating and table, complemented by an oversized swimplatform to cater for guests at anchor. Tender storage or a rail-mounted barbecue are also options here.



Connecting the outdoors to the living area is done via wide stainless doors and a clever flip up hopper window.

Sleek European styling is seen in the minimalist cabinetry with your choice of walnut, anigre or traditional teak wood finishes.

Clipper's traditional sliding portside door allows for easy access to the side decks from the helm, while twin helm chairs allow two to cruise side-by-side at the central helm position. 

The amidships owners’ suite is the star of the new design, featuring ensuite access to the shower and toilet and a double bed with sliding cabin doors to provide light and space.

The accommodation layout allows for a separate, second cabin and guest access to the bathroom facilities for kids or a second couple.



The Hudson Bay 43 combines the timeless style, hull design and classic lines that Clipper is famous for, but with a more vibrant and clever entertaining and cruising layout. The 2016 Clipper Hudson Bay 43 will have a price of $695,000.



LENGTH 13.4m (44ft 6in)

BEAM 4.04m

DRAFT 1.2m

WEIGHT 16 tonnes

FUEL 1100lt  

WATER 900lt


ENGINE 1x 480hp Cummins QSB 6.7


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