Ultimate Fishing Boat Fully Loaded 100 Hours only!
This 2017 Everglades 320 EC is pretty much a brand new boat. She was commissioned in 2018. A rare find in this market and she is loaded with all the right equipment. The 320 EX model is a true SUV of the ocean. She is a remarkably versatile vessel equally comfortable family cruising, fishing, diving, or packing up for extended Bahama trips. She is a one owner boat always cared for and maintained by the same Yamaha technician. Her upgraded twin 350s have enough low-end torque and high-end horsepower to run fast and efficient. Her air-conditioned helm deck will keep you comfortable and the amenities below are even more comfortable.
Twin Yamaha 350 hp 4 strokes 100 hours
- Twin Garmin Screens
- Joy Stick Docking System
- Air Conditioning
- Rack Stored and Covered
- No Bottom Paint
- Never left in the water
- Trim Tabs
360-degree "picture-window" view from inside this pilothouse. The gigantic safety-glass windows make you feel all-seeing.
Twin Yamaha 350 hp, V-8 four-strokes topped out at 51.4 mph at 6,100 rpm while using a shade less than 70 gph. Cruising at 35 mph, turning 4,250 rpm, the massive Yammies sipped 25.9 gph.
A digital-electronics touch screen at the helm controls virtually every electrical system aboard, including the generator, pumps, batteries, wipers, air conditioning and even the helm vent windows. This system - made by E-Plex and usually found on much larger vessels - lets you stay safely at the helm to manage ship systems rather than go below to access a distribution panel. And the big-boat-style helm chair makes staying at the helm much more comfortable. The helm console provides room for a pair of 15-inch electronics display
Make no mistake: The Doughertys designed this boat to cruise comfortably. But since they cannot build any boat incapable of fishing well, the 320 has outstanding amenities - like storage for 34 rods surrounding the cockpit, in and under gunwales, across the transom, and on and under the hardtop. I imagine filling every rod holder will make your Everglades look like the USS Pueblo!
Not only is the 43-gallon livewell handsome, but it functions perfectly too, with a lighted blue interior, a Lucite lid and the ability to pressurize it to keep your baits from sloshing around while you run through the roughness to your fishing spot.
Every trolling speed leaves plenty of clear space in the wake for lures and baits to be seen, and if drifting beam-to while kite fishing, you'll be able to stand hands-free with no problem thanks to the remarkably slow roll-moment transitions. Also, despite how narrow the side walkways appear, the fact that they have no toe rail combined with terrific, well-paced handholds and deep access steps means you can walk to and from the bow with rod in hand quite securely.