Designed around cruising and fishing
Scout's new 34-foot center console is the South Carolina builder's second-largest boat. "There seems to be two center console worlds - the hardcore fishing world and the cruising world," says Scout Boats president Steve Potts. "We've married the two worlds with this design."
Custom 35-footer marrries a Hunt Surfhunter with aluminum and extreme electronics
The Henrietta J. IV isn't your typical sportfishing cruiser, inside or out. For starters, she's custom-built by New England Boatworks of Portsmouth, R.I., and features an entirely aluminum hull and deck. In the water, the Scotch-Brite finish gives off a unique and - if it's really sunny - a rather intense reflection of the water and light.
Matthew Sledge returns to his roots to build hull No. 1 of the cold-molded Samoset 30
Maine boatbuilder Matthew Sledge worked for a dozen years with high-tech composites to build some of the finest racing sailboats around.
Ranger Boats introduced the Z521 to its series of bass fishing boats.
The Z521 Comanche features an interior that is highlighted by a redesigned console that has built-in mounting options directly above the steering wheel for larger electronics.
The Ski Nautique 200 is being introduced as a ski boat that features improved driver visibility, extensive storage and is available in open or closed bow.
The Ski Nautique’s unique hull design rides higher on the water, creating a flatter wake, designed so slalom skiers can effectively maintain ski edge, control and direction at various rope lengths.
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