Like other Everglades models, the 365cc hangs its hat on the builder’s unique RAMCAP rapid molded cure assembly process construction methods. High-density foam is pre-molded under thousands of pounds of psi, and then the molded foam is bonded to the hull and liner under vacuum to create a one-piece hull.
Critical Fishing Features
- 10 flush-mount stainless-steel gunwale rod holders
- Six transom rod holders
- Seven hardtop rocket launchers plus two kingfish holders
- 30-gallon live well
- Powder-coated toe rails
- Cockpit coaming bolsters
- LED underwater lights
- Fresh and raw water wash-downs
- 116-quart cooler
- 129-gallon forward fish box
- 56-gallon aft fish box
- Leaning post tackle/rigging station w/sink
- Rod lockers
- Under-gunwale rod racks
- Under-gunwale 30-amp power ports
- As can be noted with a close examination of this boat’s critical fishing features, the 365cc comes rigged to the teeth for serious offshore fishing, right out of the box.
- This boat is a performer; with a top-end over 50 mph and a cruise in the 40 mph range whether you opt for twin Yamaha F425s or triple 300s. Also note that these are real-world numbers, measured with 200 gallons of fuel and 700 pounds of people and gear aboard.
- Optional upper station with controls and sunshade is designed specifically for the boat and factory-built (plus includes two more rocket launchers), which few center consoles in this class can offer.
This is another one of those boats that you’ll want to take for a sea trial when the seas are sloppy — construction makes a huge difference in the ride, and this Everglades will prove it.
See the Everglades 365cc on video.