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Everglades 355CC



You might think of an Everglades as more of a family boat, but make no mistake about it: The Everglades 355cc is a serious fishing machine that would be right at home in a tournament setting. The boat, with an overall length of 35-feet, 4-inches and 10-foot, 8-inch beam, contains over 200 gallons of fishboxes and 80 gallons of livewells. Behind the helm is a well thought-out tackle center for keeping all of your gear within reach including a bait prep sink. Also part of the package are 18-foot outriggers, kingfish rod holders and 21 additional stainless steel rod holders. There's even a built in fighting chair.



The 355cc does have a luxurious side too, with plush custom seating in the bow and a pair of captains seats forward of the console with fold down armrest/drink holder. The electric bow table converts to a cushioned sun pad. As you move aft there is a folding seat at the transom. The center console houses a china bowl head with macerator and holding tank. The 35-gallon freshwater tank supplies a built-in sink and shower.



Maximum allowed horsepower is 1,050 and the fuel capacity is over 400 gallons below the massive 158-square foot cockpit.

Everglades 355CC Specifications

LOA - 35 feet, 4 inches

Beam - 10 feet, 8 inches

RPM - 3500

MPH - 36.5

GPH - 32.5

MPG - 1.12

WOT - 63.1 MPH

MSRP w/power - $355,980.00

Everglades Boats

544 Air Park Rd.

Edgewater, FL

877 902-6287

www.evergladesboats.com

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