was the name for the version of a model with pilothouse. The term was introduced with release of the Storebro 475 Commander
and should be considered as a common classification series of Storebro- and Nimbus-boats. It replaced the label "Trawler" previously used by Nimbus.
Although many people associate the term "Commander
" with Nimbus, the Storebro Shipyard points to the fact that it was their own naming, which incorporated the modified Nimbus 380 and later Nimbus 340 and Storebro Commander 410
. The last boat of the Commander
-series is the Storebro 435 Commander
Many previous customers did not like the hard design break with the previously Storebro lines drawn by Winfried H. Wilke
. Nevertheless the layout convinced with offering 2-3 cabins and a large living area. Additional features such as the flybride accessable from inside supplemented the concept.