Boat Trader recently had the pleasure of getting onboard a brand new 2021 Everglades 295cc for a full walkthrough, along with boat reviewer Lenny Rudow who explained some key features of the boat.
This mid-sized center console has a sleek, new spacious design to accommodate both serious anglers and recreational cruisers. As Everglades says, there isn’t much mid-sized about the offering in terms of its abilities and features. Boasting a beautiful workstation with freshwater sink, removable bait cutting board and an abundant amount of tackle and rod storage along with a sliding Yeti cooler, this boat comes ready to fish.
With a full head in the console long days on the water are more comfortable and the vessel features a 34-gallon circulating livewell and 75-quart sliding Yeti cooler. King fish rod holders and storage, plus two onboard fish boxes (a 66-gallon aft fish box and a 106-gallon forward fish boat) add to the fishability of the vessel.
Other great features include a hydraulic sliding windshield and standard JL audio system.
Draft: 20″ (engine up)
Deadrise: 21 degrees (at transom, 37 average)
Fuel capacity: 184 gallons
Water capacity: 25 gallons
Waste capacity: 9 gallons
Join Boat Trader, Marilyn DeMartini and Christopher Saltzburg from Sundance Marine for a walkthrough...