Two of the best in their industries team up for an amazing photoshoot in the Bahamas. Bahama Boat Works sent two Bahama 41 Super Center Console Boats and they performed amazingly, of course the beautiful swimsuit models made for the perfect match. Thanks to the gang at Southern Boating Magazine for choosing Bahama Boat Works! Made in the USA, Built for the Islands.
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.
Tickets (Click Here)
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).