Blackwater Open 36 Center Console
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Here is one beautiful custom center console fishboat with some innovative ideas and superior construction techniques. The fit and finish is truly fitting for a low volume real custom boat and it shines everywhere you look. The Blackwater 36 center was designed from scratch and totally rethought when it came to conventional building ideas. One look at the arrow straight hull sides and fit of the cap, right down to the no visible fasteners shows how much time and thought went into it. Places where other builders scrimp and cut corners were all addressed. There are backing plates glassed into the hull where all screws that attach hinges, doors, hardtop, leanpost, console are threaded into, even backing washers on the parts, look how thick the transom is and it is even backfilled with Ceramic just like the huge yachts. The boat is 100% Vinylester resin, full fiberglass bottom and corecell sides and fully vacuum bagged. Look at the Stainless transom cover and also the individual stainless plates for each engine. They used a forward thinking triangular shaped stringer and bulkhead system with integrated rig tubes because traingles are the strongest shape. The boat is 100% glassed and bonded everywhere. The wells and inserts into the stringer system for fishboxes and storage are foamed in for complete insulation and then they are glassed into the grid too. They spent three months test fitting the upper half of the boat to the lower half until they achieved a perfect fit instead of just pumping filler like eveyone else. Step on the rock solid floor and you will understand. The underside of all hatches are finished with raised logos and gasketed to keep water out. They only use premium interior covering and foam cushions for the longest lasting and best looking cockpit. The sleek hull design will knife through the seas and the pad bottom design will let you get into the 70's with triple 300 power, just like a step bottom but without the handling issues and noise. The boat is dry, dry, dry. Speaking of noise, hit the sides of the boat, the insides of all wells and fishboxes, hit anything and it is all solid. That translates to no banging and drumming noises no flex and the billet construction feel. They designed the boat for the fisherman but still managed some innovative creature conforts like the fold down forward jump seats and fold down rear seats. Every hatch is guttered for easy washdown and cleanup, look at the stainless valves in the immaculately clean bilge. Again, stuff no one does. You don't just fish and still want all the benefits, we can customize the interior with more plush seating or who knows. Each Blackwater can be completely custom done from hull color to a choice of engines, twin or triple, Yamaha or Mercury. Same goes for electronics, you pick the brand and we can put it in. Call us today or come in and see for yourself, compare to the other boats and you too will be impressed. This boat is sold but we have a Flag blue with triple 300 Mercury Verado only three weeks out. For more information please call or email.
2012 Mercury Triple 300 Verado 4 strokes
Please contact Mike DeMarco at (561) 212-6313
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