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Everglades 355T

The Everglades 355T mates an outstanding ride with an impeccable finish.

December 6, 2013
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Everglades 355T

LOA: 35’4″
Beam: 10’8″
Draft (max): 3’5″
Displacement (hull only): 9,500 lb.
Transom Deadrise: 25 degrees
Bridge Clearance: 8’10”
Fuel Capacity: 411 gal.
Max Horsepower: 1,050
Available Power: Triple Yamaha outboards up to 350 hp

Everglades 355T

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Everglades 355T

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Everglades 355T

BTG0114_ST2_EVERGLADES

Everglades 355T

BTG0114_ST2_EVERGLADES

Everglades 355T

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a fishing boat with better quality, fit and finish than the Everglades 355T.

Our 15,455-pound tester was powered by triple Yamaha F350 outboards. Rigged with a hardtop and tower, it sped to nearly 60 mph and ran smooth through confused seas. Our tester arrived with Yamaha’s Helm Master system (boatingmag.com/helm-master), which features joystick steering for close-quarters maneuvering, digital throttle and shift, digital wheel steering, push-button speed control, engine synchronization and auto-trim capability, among other features. The 355T’s big center-console offers excellent weather protection, thanks to a tempered-glass windshield. Its hydraulically operated forward panel slides down, ushering in fresh air. The console accommodates a pair of 15.5-inch multifunction displays and a brace of Yamaha’s 6Y9 Command Link Plus gauges. A tower helm station is available ($23,077).

The 355T sports lockable, under-gunwale storage for rods, tackle and other gear. Coaming pads encircle the cockpit. A rigging station abaft the helm includes a freshwater sink, twin tackle cabinets and a fold-out, aft-facing seat. Three seats are built into the front of the console. Twin fish boxes flank the 355T’s 38-gallon transom livewell. In the forward deck is an additional 120 gallons of fish-box capacity.

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Within the console, a teak-trimmed head compartment features a china-bowl head with a macerator and 15-gallon holding tank. There’s also a Corian countertop and a vessel sink with a freshwater faucet.

All-composite construction with closed-cell foam flotation renders the 355T virtually unsinkable. Knitted fabric and vinylester resin combine for top quality, and the hull liner and deck are mated to form a rigid one-piece structure.

A beefy utility door on the port side allows crew to easily board and carry supplies between the dock and the aft cockpit. This also makes it easier to haul aboard a big fish, and with this boat, you’re very likely to hook some big ones.

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Comparable model: Yellowfin 36

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