273 Center Console
Length w/ Pulpit:
Big brother to the iconic Everglades 243CC (arguably the best hybrid inshore/offshore hull on the market), the Everglades 273CC blends the low freeboard of an inshore boat with the canyon capability of twin outboard power. A wide 9'3"" beam offers plenty of deck space and 20 degrees of transom deadrise enables the 273 to handle well in offshore conditions. With fore and aft casting platforms, a console head compartment, forward console seat, and convertible rear seats that fold into the aft casting deck the layout offers plenty of room for several anglers. The helm seating module features a bait prep center with sink, tackle storage and 31-gallon lighted livewell. The 273s tempered glass windshield raises and lowers hydraulically and the dash panel can handle dual video displays. More than 82 gallons of fish box capacity makes the 273CC a ready-to-fish machine. For service access, the entire aft seating deck lifts on struts making it easy to reach batteries, pumps and fittings. A fiberglass hardtop with aluminum powder-coated frame, LED lights, spreader lights, and electronics box is standard. Yamaha F250 outboards top out at nearly 45 knots.
Overview Top-shelf center console with semienclosed helm is distinctive, versatile, built to last.
Features Combined T-top/console with wraparound windshield offers outstanding helm protection. Standard features include leaning post/bolster seat with 55-gallon livewell, bait rigging station, lockable rod storage, fold-down transom seat, docking lights, deluxe forward seating, powder-coated railings.
Comments Foam-filled hull is unsinkable. Slide-out cooler is a neat touch. Called the 260 CC in 200607.
Performance About 45 knots with Yamaha 250s.