Recent price reduction by a motivated seller. Less than 450 hours, original time on the boat. Comes with triple axle aluminum trailer. Call for details!
Offered for sale is a well kept, low original time 2013 Everglades. The boat is powered by twin 350 Yamaha 4-strokes with less than 50 hours since the last flywheel service. This boat has been kept in a drystack its entire life and is seriously for sale.
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For more details, call text or email Peter Young: (361) 727 5432
Please contact Peter Young at (361)727-5432
Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Länge über alles: 32 ft 4 in
Breite: 10 ft 8 in
Brückenhöhe: 8 ft 9 in
Aufkimmung am Heck: 25 ° at Transom
This 32 Everglades offers the best of both worlds with a unique design that combines functional fishing features with some innovative added comforts for cruising. Here are just a few of the highlights of this sleek yet rugged, well designed boat.
This boat come equipped with a hydraulic windshield and a wide dive/dock door at the stern with a dive ladder carried under the gunnel. It features top of the line construction, like the proprietary RAMCAP (Rapid Molded Core Assembly Process) constructed, solid core hull and Everglades’ comprehensive in-house metal fabrication.
The cockpit, at 131 square feet, is extremely spacious and unobstructed, and there’s ample walkaround room from the cockpit past the console to the bow. The beam is a roomy 10 feet, 8 inches. Powder-coated rails run around the boat so there’s something to hold onto as you move.
At the console, Everglades built more space for electronics at the helm station so the wider multi-function display screens would fit easily. Now two 15-inch MFDs, two VHF radios and engine gauges will mount into the console. The trim tab switches are mounted on the console by the wheel and the dual Yamaha binnacle controls.
The patented design of the tempered, curved glass windshield (with wiper and washer) opens hydraulically and adds convenience and a breeze at the touch of a button. Raise it for your ride out and lower it when you need the breeze. Lower it to eliminate the glare on the evening rides to the dock. The side of the console has thick, tempered glass.
The bolsters of the super-cushioned captain’s chairs are adjustable, and the fishing station behind them is built not to obstruct the view, reach or mobility of the people in the chairs, so that they might easily fish while seated.
Beneath the seats, in the shade where it should be, there is ample space to accommodate a 94-quart cooler on an extending, sliding base.
The hard top is integrated into the console, so there is a free space to reach over the fishing station and move around without obstruction. The hard top is larger than in earlier versions of the 35-foot Everglades and has stereo, LED lights, speakers, spreader light and rod holders across the back.
The work station is ergonomically designed with handles built-in all around it. At the work station, complete with stainless steel sink with a saltwater and freshwater detachable faucet, there’s ample built-in storage space in eight drawers with all stainless steel bearings and hardware.
The marine head with pump out is extremely spacious. There’s even a shower fixture on the sink for washing down—all of which drains directly overboard. Having that roomy marine head will make plenty of people happier about longer trips offshore, and there are ventilation ports on both sides of the compartment.
There’s a large, completely finished dry storage compartment at the bow. On either side, under the cushions, are additional storage spaces that can be used as additional fish boxes. They drain overboard.
The anchor locker has a freshwater/raw water rinse and a stainless steel windlass. There’s also a switch to operate the windlass in the anchor locker, so that you can operate from there or the helm. The bow also has oversize stainless steel cleats.
This boat is equipped with a large 124-gallon fishbox forward and an 81-gallon fishbox at the stern.
The two rod lockers, each capable of carrying 4 rods up to 9 feet long, are both lockable, making it convenient for anglers who might disembark during a day’s trip or on an overnight venture.
There are ten recessed stainless steel rod holders on the gunnel around the boat, including two on the front of the bow.
There is plenty of room on the bow, which, with cushions that snap on and are standard, is a comfortable lounge area for sunning, resting, napping. There is a recessed, powder-coated railing around the bow for safety and ease of movement. Also, standard, are stainless steel drink holders and flush-mounted speakers at the bow.
The center table rises or descends with a push of a nearby button, depending on the desired use of the bow space.
Back in that 131 square foot cockpit with a 10-foot, 8-inch beam, there’s plenty of room to maneuver and it also features under gunnel rod storage.
The bilge access hatch has watertight seals and opens to a wide and spacious compartment.
The batteries have lock-down covers, which act like a dive bell to prevent the batteries from being submerged
In the bilge compartment, which is completely finished, there’s a manifold for multiple pump accesses with only one through-hull for the manifold. The Everglades’ process of RAMCAP construction includes gel capping every surface of the boat. “It’s a patented process,” says Greg Allen, “in which the hull is cored and then filled with construction grade foam logs. Then there’s an interliner placed on top and it’s all resined and chemically bonded together. It’s not a traditional stringer system, but one solid, rigid piece of construction, and the RAMCAP process provides a softer, more stable and comfortable ride in rough seas.”
There are two stern seats with combing pad backrest. When not in use, they fold up and disappear. Across the back of the stern, there are six rod holders and a stern door for access to the engines.
The battery charger port is located conveniently at the stern, on the port side.
The livewell at the transom, painted ultramarine blue, has rounded corners and a 43-gallon capacity.
The dive/dock/fish door is wide with a fortress-like strength hinge.
The dive ladder is nearby, stored securely under the gunnel, within reach. The hinge was designed and built in house.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.