Does anyone make a (new) center console, about 27-28', using twin O/Bs with a forward cabin? I can't seem to find that combination made.
Jupiter and Contender both made a 27 cuddy center console, but you will have to pick them up used as they discontinued the models. There is a Contender with 2011 engines on Yacht World right now. Good luck in your search!
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