Specifications

Name: 36 Center Console
Length: 36'0"
Hull Type: Deep-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 320/455 gals.
Model Years: 2003—2019
Draft: --
Beam: 10'0"
Water Capacity: 50 gals.
Waste Capacity: --
Length w/ Pulpit: --
Among the most customizable center console boats, the Deep Impact 36 has been available in Sport, Cabin and Open configurations since her introduction in 2003. The styling is distinctive — the curved sheerline is different — and the double-stepped hull of the Deep Impact 36 is vacuum bagged, Kevlar reinforced, and built for speed. The boat has a single piece bow-to-stern deck that is laminated to the hull making it one of the strongest center consoles in her class. The 10-foot beam is carried forward of the console for a wide floorplan, and dual transom livewells have over 100 gallons of capacity. The Open version has forward seating and a marine toilet in the micro-cuddy at the bow, and the Cuddy has a cabin with a small galley, V-berth/dinette, and enclosed head with electric toilet and pullout shower. There are several large fish boxes and plenty of below deck storage. That said, no two of these boats are exactly alike and each detail is customizable including countless combinations of deck layouts and color options. Sold factory-direct, triple 300hp Verado outboards deliver a top speed of 60 knots. A Tournament Edition with increased fuel is designed to handle quad 350hp engines.

Overview

Custom sportfishing machine with double-stepped hull sets market standards for sophisticated design, eye-popping craftsmanship.

Features

Highlights include deluxe 3-person helm with tackle station, custom T-top, dual sliding transom doors, livewell, three fishboxes. Upscale cabin includes full galley, adult-size V-berth, large head. Great helm layout with Gaffrig controls.

Comments

Flawless gelcoat, near perfect finish. Each boat built to customer specs. Very expensive.

Performance

Triple 225hp Mercury outboards top out at close to 55 knots.