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New Boat: Everglades 455cc

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Everglades has announced a new line of offshore center consoles, including its new flagship, the 455cc, which is expected to go into production in the spring of 2021.

The new model will ride on Everglade’s patented RAMCAP hull, which is reportedly unsinkable and is designed to slice through heavy waves. The 455 cc will also feature Garmin’s digital switch system, which will allow the owner to easily control engine performance, lighting, communication, and other onboard processes from three touchscreen monitors at the helm.

Anglers will appreciate the completely custom tower designed specifically for the 455cc. Standard power comes from quad 425-hp Yamaha outboards, which should provide a cruise speed of around 37 knots and a top end of around 50 knots. Combined with 656 gallons of fuel capacity for an approximate range of 400 miles at cruise speed, this vessel promises to fish hard while still providing creature comforts the entire family will enjoy. 


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