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2009 Grady White 180 Sportsman

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Yamaha F150
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2017 Pursuit C 238 Center Console

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$119,990

Yamaha F300
2020 Pursuit S288 Sport

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2014 Everglades 295 CC

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$219,790

T-Yamaha F300



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About Center Consoles


Center consoles may be thought of as fishing boats, but they also work well for diverse activities ranging from water skiing to gunkholing to oyster tonging - and thanks to modern powerhouse outboards like the Yamaha F 350 and the Mercury 350 Verado, you can now find center consoles large enough to serve as full-blown cruising boats. Need 40 feet of LOA and a cabin with berths? That center console is out there. Want a 20-something with offshore fishing capabilities, which can still offer the comfort of a family boat? That’s no problem either. Will a simple, small bay boat fit your needs? There’s a center console out there which is perfect for you, too.

The single distinguishing factor that makes a boat a center console is, naturally, a center-mounted console with a steering station. Models from 20’ and up commonly have a head compartment inside the console, those 30’ and over may provide a true cabin in the console which sometimes also runs up under the foredeck, and some even have a small “Bimini cuddy” cabin enclosing the bow.