Even though Everglades describes the 275 CC as a “fierce fishing machine,” the company is quick to add that “luxury is not an option.”
Cushioned seats at the bow, a dual-armchair seat in the front of the console, an ergonomic helm that converts from bolsters to elevated seats, and a triple-wide bench at the transom (arguably the most comfortable seats on the boat) all ensure passenger comfort, whether on a run to the canyons or a sunset cruise up a scenic New England river.
The above amenities complement to 275’s wide range of meticulously engineered features, such as the nearly indestructible foam-filled hull, hydraulically articulated safety-glass windshield and integrated hardtop with life jacket stowage. Other highlights include strategically placed storage spaces for holding lots of gear, a tackle station in the cockpit, and a commodious head in the console. Like its Everglades sisters, the 275 CC is a civilized boat that can still handle the gnarly conditions for which Northeast waters are known.
- Length 28′ 11″
- Beam 9′ 9″
- Draft 20 in./33 in.(engines up/down)
- Weight 6,700 lbs. (w/o engines)
- Deadrise 21º
- Max power 600 hp
- Fuel 184 gals.
- Water 28 gals.
- Waste 9 gals.
Base price w/ single 350-hp Yamaha $170,000