Built using Edgewaters proprietary Single-Piece Infusion construction process to reduce weight, the 320 Center Console incorporates the same hull and deck layout as the Edgewater 318 Center Console but with a new console/hard top design and a full windscreen for improved visibility. A roomy cockpit (over 130 square feet) with wide walkways around the console provide more than enough room for several anglers to work without bumping elbows. Two transom livewells are standard, a 66-gallon centerline main and a 28-gallon lighted tank in the port corner. A deluxe leaning post with tackle storage, foot- and backrests and 150-quart fiberglass cooler is a popular option, as is a fiberglass hardtop with rod holders and spreader lights. The 318s walk-in console includes a fully plumbed head and sink with hand-held shower. The adjustable cocktail table between the bow seats goes up and down on an electric ram. Note the lockable (and lighted) rod storage compartments in the port and starboard gunnels. Like all Edgewater boats the 320 is unsinkable. A fuel efficient boat for her size, twin Yamaha F300s deliver a top speed of 45+ knots.