Pass the meridian line on the Meridian 541 Sedan

The flagship of the Meridian Yachts fleet represents a groundbreaking innovation for the brand. Establishing a new leading edge in naval architecture, propulsion and liveaboard comfort, the 541 Sedan more than succeeds at the core principles that define the fleet’s legacy – livability, maneuverability and cruisability – it sets new standards for each. The WSB team take a closer look into the 541 and its promises.

Meridian 541 Sedan

The 541 Sedan is the first Meridian to come standard with Zeus, one of the most technically advanced propulsion systems in the world. So at nearly 54 feet in length the 541, with its twin independently articulated Zeus pod drives, feels effortlessly maneuverable and intuitive to control.

Meridian 541 Sedan

Impeccably designed living spaces and sleeping quarters create a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere onboard. The three-stateroom, two-head layout provides berths for six passengers, while a convertible dinette can accommodate two more. The gracious comforts inside are mirrored in the 541’s exterior spaces, as well:

Meridian 541 Sedan

The aft cockpit blends seamlessly with the adjacent galley, while the flybridge with optional full-cover hardtop can provide seating, refreshments and entertainment for the whole crew. Updates for the 541 have been subtle and purposeful providing a well balanced approach to style and substance, engaging layout is well thought throughout providing those onboard with a sense of luxury and refinement.

Meridian 541 Sedan

Meridian may only have a line up of 4 models in their range but it does provide the ability and platform for focus, meaning that each of their models, are designed to meticulous detail, putting the customer in a position comfort from the moment they step onboard.

Meridian Owner views at the ILBC

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