The Wellcraft 302 center console with the Scarab Offshore package is perfect for all-around fun in coastal waters. Twin Mercury Verado 350 horsepower engines offer a solid ride with no rattles or squeaks, and they are proven to perform beautifully.
The hardcore fishability features include tackle storage, a freshwater sink and prep station, an Orca cooler and dual livewells with a prep station in between. A transom boarding door and portside boarding door make it easy to pull fish aboard. Rod holder options include tough Mate Series cup and rod holders, padded rod hangers, and handy rod storage in the hard top. The Wellcraft 302 Scarab Offshore package boasts a huge forward fishing area, ideal for bottom fishing. Storage is abundant with a dedicated room for two net buckets and additional storage under the console seating. Additionally, four fish lockers and macerator pumps are onboard.
Incorporated family comforts on the Wellcraft 302 Scarab Offshore include aft cockpit snap down seats, and the optional family seating area forward tucks away for hardcore fishability. If you are running and everyone is grouped at the helm station, there are two cup holders to the right of the helm itself and four more above. Under the center console, there is a freshwater sink and electric flushing head. On the transom, you’ll find a freshwater shower head and boarding ladder for snorkeling or diving.
The helm station is decked out with a Garmin GPS display, sonar and Mercury SmartCraft gauge instrumentation with a touch screen. Switches are easily reached from helm station, with easy access to the overhead electronics box and VHF radio. The Wellcraft 302 Scarab Offshore comes standard with Fusion audio; upgraded amplifiers and extra speakers are optional. Additional features include power steering, electronic throttle and shift, dual buckets seats with flip up bolsters and drop down arm rests at the helm, a floor mat behind helm station for extra comfort in rough seas, tempered glass windshields, and a non-reflective mat to cut down glare when piloting into the sun.