Boat Length 24’
Beam 8’ 9”
Weight With Engine 5,040 lbs.
Dead Rise 22º
Fuel Capacity 175 Gallons
Water Capacity 22 Gallons
Holding Tank 6 Gallons
Maximum HP 400
Clearance without t-top 6’ 2 ¼”
Clearance with t-top 8’ 7”
Draft Down 36 ¾”
Draft Up 19 ¾”
Passenger Capacity 12
Console Headroom 5’ 4.25”
Console door with vent and screen and locking latch
Fiberglass Console Head Liner
Fiberglass Headliner, Molded Sink, Porta Pottie and Storage Compartments
Fresh Water Shower in Head
Magnet to Retain Console Door in Open Position
Portlight, Opening with Screen
(2) 30.5 Gallon Fishboxes on Deck with Overboard Drains
140 Quart Cooler in Leaning Post (Delete with Second Livewell Option)
30 Gallon Livewell with L.E.D. Lighting with Blue Gelcoat Finish
57 Quart Cooler/Storage Tub in Center Bow Area with Overboard Drain
90 Gallon Fishbox in Deck with Macerator
Bait Prep Center with Cutting Board and Removable Fiberglass Bait Box
Bow Casting Platform Converts to U-Shaped Seating with Removable Fiberglass Filler
Bow Seating Cushions and Center Filler Cushion
Cast Bronze Sea Water Strainer System
Cockpit Bolster Cushions
Cockpit Courtesy Lights, Dual Color LED, White and Blue
Cockpit Floor Storage Compartment
Cockpit Tackle Storage with (2) Removable Plano Drawers
Diamond Lustre Non-Skid Surfaces
Directional Aerator Head Unit with Adjustable Flow Valve
"Dura-Life Max" Seating Upholstery Vinyl
Fiberglass Stringer System
Flat Spoke Stainless Steel Wheel with Hand Grips and Control Knob
Fresh Water Cockpit Shower
Full Transom with Tilt Up Access to Rigging Compartment
Full Wrap Cockpit Coaming Bolsters
Horizontal Tubed Rod Storage for (6) Rods with Cushioned Reel Protectors
Hydraulic Steering with Tilt Helm
Integrated Interior Drain Fittings
Knife, Pliers and Bait Holder
Large Covered Rigging Access Behind Footrest Area
Lighted High Speed Compass
Oversized Battery and Pump Compartment in Starboard Transom
Raw Water Wash Down with Hose Connector and Crossover Converts to the Livewell if Primary Pump Fails
Self Bailing Cockpit
Stainless Steel Cockpit Grab Rails Forward
Stainless Steel Cockpit Toe Rails
Stainless Steel Gas Spring Assists on all Molded Hatches
Stainless Steel Gunnel Trim
Stainless Steel Hull Guard under Anchor
Storage Bins and Beverage Holders
Storage for 14 Rods
Walk Thru Transom Door
10 Year Limited Hull Warranty
Diamond Lustre Non-Skid Surfaces
Encapsulated Reserve Flotation
High Polished Stainless Steel Bow Roller
Hydro Lift TM Multi Angle Hull Design
Kevlar Reinforced Hull
Rope Locker with Access Hatch for 200' of Line and Chain
Stainless Steel Rubrail Insert
Stainless Steel Four-Bolt Cleats (7), Through Bolted with Backing Plates and Self Locking Hardware
Stainless Steel Hull Guard Under Anchor
Stainless Steel Thru Hull Fittings (Electro Polished)
Stainless Steel Transom Trim
Tempered Glass Console Windscreen
Three Step Telescoping Boarding Ladder Stores Inside Hull
Welded, Recessed One Piece 316 Stainless Steel Bow Rail with Backing Plates
12v Battery Charger/Maintainer
12v DC Receptacle on Dash
Battery Isolator to Maintain House Battery on Single Engine Boats Only
Direct Component Wiring with Buss Bars and Waterproof Ring Terminals
Dual Battery Switch and Circuit Breaker Compartment
Fuel / Water Separator
Fuel Anti Theft Device
Lenco™ Trim Tabs Integrated into Hull Pockets
Molded Electronics Face with 12v Wiring Buss Behind Console
Premium Sound System; Sirius® Satellite Ready AM/FM CD Player with (4) 160 Watt Dual Cone Speakers, MP3 Plug, Ipod® Holder, and Remote with Display
Sirius® Satellite Radio with 6 Month Free Activation
Tinned Copper Wiring with Waterproof Connectors
Two Bilge Pumps with Automatic Switch, 1100 GPH Forward and 2000 GPH Aft
UV Coated Aluminum Instrument Panel with Weatherproof Switches and Circuit Breakers
Yamaha Command Link Gauges with Fuel Management
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