What exactly is the correct definition of a true center-console-boat?
Center console (boat)
Center console (British English: centre 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.
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 fishermen’s casting. Most center consoles are powered byoutboard motors.
A center console boat is popular as a small boat on a large ship.
Center console boats may range in length from 13 feet to about 53 feet.
Seven Marine introduces a 627 HP model for 2015 at the Miami Boat Show.
Location Map for Booth #728, and Slips 1118 & 1119.
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The 31st Annual Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 17 – 20, 2016, is one of the top five boat shows in the country – featuring more than $1.2 billion worth of boats, yachts and accessories from the world’s leading marine manufacturers. It is truly an International Show. The event includes hundreds of Boats from 8 foot inflatables, power boats, fishing boats, center consoles, bow riders, personal watercraft to super yachts over 150’. Show entrances will be located at Evernia St./Flagler Dr. (waterfront) and North Clematis St./Flagler Dr. (waterfront).