Center console is a type of single-decked open hull boat where the console of the boat is in the center of the boat. There is a cabin on some models, these cabins are usually located in the bow and hold small berths for sleeping. The boat deck surrounds the console so that a person can walk all around the boat from stern to bow with ease. They seem to be destined to speed fishing.
The console of a boat is where all the controls are located, including steering, ignition, trim control, radio and other electronic devices, switches etc. It may have a small storage space and/or a head. In general there is no weather protection or berths, making the design ill-suited to cruising. The console may have a T-Top cover to provide limited relief from the sun and rain, but this is not universal because it interferes with fisherman’s casting. Most center consoles are powered by outboard motors.
The following are a few models of “center console” boats: Nor-Tech 390 Sport Open, Boston Whaler 420 Outrage, Contender’s 25 Bay, Sea Chaser 22 HFC, Scout 300 LXF, Wellcraft 35 Scarab Offshore Tournament, Contender 22 Sport, SeaVee 270Z Bay, Yellowfin Yachts 26, Cobia 344CC, Southport 33 FE, Scout 300 LXF, Regulator 23, Mako 214 CC, Everglades 435cc, Chris-Craft Catalina 34, Hunt 32CC, etc…
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