Technical Specs

Specifications
LOA/Hull 34’6″ Dead Rise at Transom 24°
Beam 10′ Dead Rise at Entry 60°
Max HP Rating 900 HP Holding Tank 11 gal.
Bridge Clearance 10′ Live Well 55 gal.
Dry Weight (with 2 engines) 8,800 lb Fuel Capacity 300 gal.
Operating Weight (approx.) 11,600 lb Water Capacity 50 gal.

Merging the best of our fishing boats with the important features of a family boat, the forward bow model offers generous seating space atop removable upholstered bench cushions, backed by 360 degrees of heavy-padded coaming panels. Under the seats you will find a huge front non-skid fishing surface with lockable rod storage compartments and a front insulated box, combining incredible amounts of seating with ample storage space.

Standard Features

  • Signature hard top with starboard-side pass through and brite anodized leg assembly
  • Signature hard top with starboard-side pass through and brite anodized leg assembly
  • 3-piece console seat cushions on front of console
  • Aft sink with washdown hoses (fresh and saltwater)
  • Walk-through transom door and gate
  • Livewell in transom (55 gallons)
  • Walk-in console with 6’ headroom and gelcoat finish
  • Oversized top-loading anchor locker
  • Insulated cooler seat in front of console
  • Fiberglass leaning post with storage tray below hinged seat
  • White vinyl rubrail with white insert
  • 6 stainless steel screwless rod holders

Power Options

  • YAMAHA F300
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  • YAMAHA F350
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  • SINGLE 557
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  • Single 627
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  • Twin Verado 300
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  • Twin Verado 350
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Center Console Tower Options

T-top Tower

A top designed for center consoles, T-tops appear to be in the shape of a “T” when viewed from the side. A T-top is attached to the center console area, covering the boat’s helm without blocking the surrounding area for fishing and other activities.

Upper station tower

Console towers are ideal for center console boats. Like a T-top, the base of the tower is narrower than a standard tower and is attached to the center console area. However, a console tower features an upper station with controls for the vessel.