Boat Length 33'6"
Beam Amidships 11'7"
Bridge Clearance with Hardtop 9'10"
Cockpit Depth 29"
Cockpit Square Footage 80 sq. ft.
Hull Draft 25"
Length Overall (with pulpit) 35'10"
Maximum Horsepower 700
Outboard Shaft Length 25"
Standard Fuel Capacity 350 gallon
Transom Width 10'6"
Weight without Engines 10,840 lb
2 automatic bilge pumps total 3000 GPH
Bow rail - 316 grade stainless steel
Cockpit toe rails
Companion grab rail
Nonskid fiberglass liner
Self-bailing cockpit with cockpit drains (6)
Stainless steel through-hull fittings
Accessory outlet - 12V
Air conditioning - 12,000 BTU
Berth - aft double berth
Berth - forward vee berth
Flat screen 15" LCD TV with DVD player and audio visual inputs
Forward hatch - low profile acrylic hatches with retractable screen and shade (2)
Forward hatch curtains
Galley - port side galley with sink, light and Corian® cutting board
Head - enclosed ventilated head area with sink, shower, lamps, storage cabinet and VacuFlush® marine head with 10-gallon holding tank and pump out
Lighting - dome lights (4)
Lighting - reading
Lighting - recessed (2)
Lockable door with screen and companionway hatch
Rod storage racks
Stereo system with MP3/auxiliary audio connections and fold down storage - satellite ready
Storage - cherry galley cabinets
Storage - under berth compartments
Stove - electric glass top
Table - cherry
Teak and holly sole
Water heater - 6 gallon, 120V
Water tank - 44 gallon freshwater
100% hand laid hull and deck
Accessory outlet - 12V (2)
Anchor windlass with remote switches at helm and windlass
Battery charger system
Battery select switches with extra batteries
Bow pulpit with roller
Cockpit freshwater shower (recessed)
Cockpit lights - LED lighting
Cooler - 56 qt port helm seat cooler
Deck hardware - 316 grade stainless steel through-bolted
Dockside power with galvanic isolator
Drink holders (8)
Factory engine pre-rigging
Fighting chair reinforcement
Fish box - 254 qt aft insulated fish box with outboard drain
Footrest - helm (adjustable)
Fuel capacity - 350 gallons (150-gallon tank, 200-gallon tank)
Generator - 4kW diesel, 13 gallon fuel capacity
Hardtop with radio box, storage net, spreader lights, rod holders (6), low profile acrylic hatch and canvas (canvas available in navy or ivory)
Hydraulic trim tabs with indicator and retractor
Integrated outboard mounting system with swim platform and ladder
Livewell - 45 gallon starboard insulated raw water livewell with light, full column distribution inlet and outboard drain 1100 GPH pump
Rigging station with freshwater sink and pullout faucet
Rod holders - gunwale (4)
Rod storage racks - horizontal (4)
Rubrail - high density PVC with stainless steel insert
Seating - fold away aft bench seat with cushion
Seating - helm area surround seat
Seating - vertically and horizontally adjustable deluxe helm chair
Spring line cleats
Steering - hydraulic tilt
Steering wheel - 316 grade stainless steel
Stern eyes - heavy-duty 316 stainless steel
Storage - aft deck lift out box
Storage - electromechanically operated electronics enclosure
Storage - forward anchor locker with rode storage
Storage - under helm area surround seating
Transom door - fiberglass
Washdown - freshwater
Washdown - pressurized raw water with hose
Windshield - ventilated tempered glass windshield
Windshield washer - freshwater
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