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Belzona 327 Walk Around



A boat that fishes lake a center console but has the amenities of a weekender cuddy cabin is in a class all its own. Something you don't see very often on a pleasure boat is a forward leaning windshield. Commercial boats use them to keep glare to a minimum and rain has a better tendency to flow off of it and not obscure your vision. Inline helm layouts are comfortable to drive from and to keep all of the system controls within easy reach of the captain. Most center consoles don't have a luxurious cabin with Corian countertops, a 7 foot long berth and a separate head with a full shower. Behind the helm seat a counter top complete with a sink and grill further adds to a boats ability to cruise the islands for an extended time. No matter how nice the creature comforts are a serious fisherman will need a huge cockpit incorporating tackle storage, fish boxes and a tournament sized baitwell. Transom doors are nice but having sliding doors on either side of the cockpit gain you unparalleled access for divers or to haul in that prize catch.

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Belzona Marine

2000 NW 88th Court

Miami, FL 33172

(305) 512-3200

www.belzonamarine.com

Belzona 327 Walk Around Specifications

LOA: 32 feet, 6 inches

Beam: 10 feet, 8 inches

Fuel capacity: 260 gallons

Draft: 24 inches

Weight w/standard power: 11750 pounds

Max horsepower: 700 hp

MSRP with twin 250 Yamaha: $253,000

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