EdgeWater 230CX First Impression

EdgeWater's 230 CX maximizes the versatility of the dual-console platform.

April 24, 2019
EdgeWater 230 CX Line Drawing
Many typically optional features come standard aboard the 230CX. Courtesy EdgeWater Power Boats

Few boat styles rival a dual console’s versatility. The newly debuted 230CX from EdgeWater Power Boats may represent the apex of dual-console design.

“Boating is about unlimited options,” says EdgeWater Power Boats president and CEO Jennifer Butera. “We made a boat that delivers on all of them. With its integrated swim platforms and retractable bow table, to the insulated fish box and 12-gallon LED-lit baitwell, it’s the perfect combo of fishability and family fun.”

Many typically optional features come standard aboard the 230CX, according to its maker, including hull color, a fully finished head, retractable ski pylon, ­illuminated rod stowage, bow table, bow filler cushion and more.


A single outboard of up to 300 hp propels the 230CX to fun and adventure, and pricing is said to be approximately $127,600.

By the time you read this, we will have taken the 230CX out for testing and evaluation. Look for our full report coming soon.

LOA: 22’8″
Beam: 8’6″
Draft: 1’3″ Displacement: 4.623 lb.
Fuel Capacity: 106 gal.


EdgeWater Power Boats – Edgewater, Florida; 386-426-5457;


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