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What are dual console boats?
Dual Console boats are medium-sized, trailerable vessels usually used for on-the-water activities such as day cruising, saltwater fishing and watersports. Vessels of this kind can span in size from 17 feet to 39 feet with an average length of 25 feet. They are built by a wide variety of boat manufacturers with hull types including deep vee, modified vee, sea-V2(TM), catamaran and other designs. Boat Trader currently has 951 dual console boats for sale, including 731 new vessels and 220 used boats listed by both private sellers and professional yacht brokers and boat dealerships across the country.
What are the best dual console boats?
Some of the best-known manufacturers of dual console boats at present include: Grady-White, Robalo, Scout, Cobia and Boston Whaler. These builders produce dual console boats models with outboard, outboard-4S, inboard, inboard/outboard and outboard-2S propulsion systems, available in gas, diesel and other fuel systems.
What are the most affordable dual console boats?
Dual Console boats for sale on Boat Trader are listed for a range of prices from a sensible $11,629 on the more affordable end all the way up to $645,306 for the most extravagant models. Models with more power can hold motors up to an extraordinary 1,275 horsepower, while smaller, more efficient utility models may have as modest as 90 horsepower engines on them (although the average power size is 300 HP).
Why are dual console boats popular?
Dual Console boats are popular for their deeper draft and generally wider beam, qualities that make these boats a great option for day cruising, saltwater fishing and watersports.