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Online Field Report: Century 2901 Center Console

 















2901 SPECIFICATIONS

Length: 29'4"

Beam: 9'6"

Draft: 22"

Weight w/o engines: 7,000 lbs.

Fuel Capacity: 310 gal.

Deadrise at Transom: 23 deg.

Max. Horsepower: 600 hp

Bridge Clearance w/top: 8'6"

Potable Water: 22 gal.

Holding Tank: 7 gal.

 

 















Lots of deadrise forward


 















Bow and anchor locker access


 















Foredeck


 















73-quart midship fishbox


 















Open


 















T-top with outrigger control and speaker.


 















Console


 















Console control-layout


 















Center console interior


 















Portside battery control panel


 















Leaning post seats


 















Leaning post rod and drink holders


 















Leaning post tackle-center doors


 















Four-drawer tackle center


 















277-quart insulated stern fishbox


 















Open


 















Two livewells and sink, in transom area


 















Rear seat-covers, livewell and sink


 















Starboard battery-box lid


 















Starboard battery box


 















Starboard lockable rod storage


 















Starboard tackle boxes


 















Starboard washdown-hose storage


 















Profile at idle


 















Getting on plane


 















Running


 















Heading home

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