35' Everglades 350 CC Sportfish 2007 Yacht for Sale
Everglades 350 CC Details:
- 35 Everglades 2007 350 CC
- Vessel Length: 35 feet
- Vessel Builder: Everglades
- Vessel Model: 350 CC
- Vessel Year: 2007
- Vessel Name: The Lina-Dee
- Vessel Type: Sportfish
- Vessel Price: $170,000
- Vessel Location: Cape May NJ USA
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35 Everglades 350 CC 2007 Additional Information:
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Model: 350 CC
Type: Sportfish Fisherman
Engine Details: 3 x Honda 225 4-Stroke
Engine 1: 2007 - 225 HP - 354 Hours
Engine 2: 207 - 225 HP - 352 Hours
Engine Details: Inboard - Gas
Cruise Speed: 20 MPH
Max Speed: 50 MPH
Water Capacity: 35
Newly listed and is an incredible 2007 Everglades 350CC center console fishing boat powered with triple Honda 225 four stroke outboard motors with low hours. This boat has a beautiful mid blue gel coat measuring 35' in overall length with every bell and whistle.
This Boat is LOADED!!
Oversized powder coated white T-Top with matching blue interior color, huge fish boxes, perfect clean coaming pads and cushions, fresh and raw water washdown bow and stern, stern and mid livewells, huge access, twin rear fold down seating, mid single fold down seating, rod holders everywhere, huge rod and pole storage, huge mid fishing center, 6 top rocket launchers, sun roof, mid sink, cutting board area, aft livewell lights, aft livewell circulator, aft livewell 1 and 2, full drawer center for fishing, beautiful seating and bolsters, raised helm foot rest, full windshield with breathers, wipers, docking lights, floodlights, red lights, underwater lights, ultraflex steering, digital shifters, automatic table to seating, Lewmar profish windlass, huge front seating and lounge, outriggers, spotlights, led, mid cabin with head and vaccuflush, sink, and sleep area!!! This boat is absolutely amazing!!
4 Batteries with Quad Charger
30 amp Shore Power
Helm and Electronics
Raymarine RAY215dsc VHF
Clarion cmd4a with Speakers
Honda Dig Tacs and Speed
Raymarine E120 GPS/Radar
Engine and Mechanical Details
Triple Honda 225 Four Stroke Outboard Engines
Quite the Boat: Everglades 350CC By Capt. Ron Svoboda
WOW, what a boat! Invoking this kind of emotion out of me is complex. After all, I am a little jaded from having the good fortune of working as a professional boat tester. And in my opinion, there are only a handful of boat builders that stand above the norm and produce a truly outstanding product. The Everglades 350 Center Console (CC) is definitely one of them. From the sleek yet brawny silhouette to the prominent hard top, this fish boat is different. And after spending an afternoon with her, what’s clear to me is the impeccable quality and relentless attention to detail. Hardcore fish boat the North-East Florida builder’s flagship is a hardcore fish boat unlike any other. She’s loaded to the gills with standard features, but available with few options. (There isn’t much else to put on her that the company hasn’t already thought of!) But if you ask, I’m sure they would be happy to oblige. A bow thruster, some canvas, hull side colors and different engines are some of the available choices. Innovations Abound the front of the boat includes several innovative items that I really like. There is a plush front seat with side grab-handles, cup holders and head rests just forward of the center console. Forward, a raised deck casting platform incorporates an electric table that rises up from the deck to offer a snack table large enough to accommodate everyone on board. There are also massive storage lockers in the bow’s deck with lockable storage compartments in the gunwales for your rods and reels. Finally, the forepeak has an anchor hatch with access to the windlass, control switches and fresh or raw water wash-down hose. Helping to keep the boat organized are six gunwale storage lockers, perfect for storing lines and PFD’s. A wide gunwale cap includes long, powder coated bow railing for safety while thick coaming pads, rod storage and toe rails complete the boat’s sides. At the Helm Best of all, the command center of the 350 is high-tech and comfortable, with digital instrumentation on top and anti-fatigue matting below. (My feet and joints love this item.) The dash features a state-of-the-art digital switch panel for the DC accessories and a motorized security panel which hides all of your navigation gear. But the Kingfish of the helm station is the electric bolster seats which are mounted atop a compartment dedicated to the battery banks and main power switches. Directly above the helm, a fiberglass hardtop is supported by a powder coated frame, providing mountings for outriggers, antennae, rocket launchers and even a tuna tower if you choose. The frame also has a ladder so climbing to the tower will be simplified. The underside of the top possesses a wrap-around windshield with side vents, a radio box, courtesy lights, speakers and spreader lights. More Features As you might expect the center console integrates a head compartment, but also has a small quarter berth too. The berth is cramped but is enough to get a person out of the weather for a nap in air-conditioned comfort. Otherwise the head grants more than enough space for taking care of business, plus a sink and shower to boot. Several lockers can also be found here, making for dry storage and access to the back of the helm’s dash. Working your way to the cockpit is a baiter’s dream station just under the T-Top. This ultra-functional counter is inclusive with Livewell, sink, cutting board, tackle drawers and a magnificent fighting chair that quickly deploys and stows. In the sole of the cockpit is an access hatch to tend to bilge pumps, trim pumps and the boats water manifold system. That’s not all, at the stern, the transom presents a second Livewell, a frozen bait box and a refrigerated fish box. On the back, a molded swim platform offers engine access from the starboard side transom gate and some room for swimming or diving fun. Specifications At a hefty 9,260 pounds (w/o engines), the 10’8” wide hull has a razor sharp 41-degree deadrise at the bow, and draws a scant 24” of water. The boat is also virtually unsinkable thanks to a meticulously installed urethane foam structure system sandwiched between the hull and deck. In order to propel this beauty to her best speed, a trio of outboard engines is required from either Suzuki or Honda. With such few decisions to make on the 350, the toughest one is whether you’re worthy of a boat like this: of course, you are, just don’t tell your wife what you spent on it!
Test Result Highlights:
Top speed for the Everglades 350 CC (2007-) is 50.3 mph (81 kph), burning 63.9 gallons per hour (gph) or 241.86 liters per hour (lph).
Best cruise for the Everglades 350 CC (2007-) is 20.4 mph (32.8 kph), and the boat gets 1.66 miles per gallon (mpg) or 0.71 kilometers per liter (kpl), giving the boat a cruising range of 613 miles (986.53 kilometers). Tested power is 3 x 225-hp Honda 4-Stroke Outboards. Standard and Optional Features.
* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on this website.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.