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First Look: Everglades 340DC…

After extensive research, development, and sea trials, Everglades has announced the unveiling of their latest model. The new 340DC marks Everglades’ reentry in the dual console market, and while it is a departure from the models that make up the rest of their center console fleet, the Everglades DNA is evident the moment you step aboard.

Everglades 340DC cockpit area

Everglades 340DC cockpit area

Luxury and comfort take center stage, with a spacious 96 ft2 cockpit, and double-wide seating at the starboard helm and port companion seat. Unlike most boats of this type, the port companion seat features a fold-down portion, making it easily convertible into a chaise lounge. The companion seat also lifts to reveal storage for life jackets and the like.
 

everglades 340dc port companion seat

Port companion seat storage

Everglades’ commitment to premium fishability is evident aboard this versatile dual console. At 96 ft2, the 340DC’s cockpit is even larger than some of their most “fishable” models, the 243cc, 253cc, or even the 255cc! Pair the standard 24-gallon circulating livewell and 71-gallon aft fish box with the optional Gemlux carbon-fiber outrigger package, and you’re ready to spend some serious time in search of the bite! With two folding seats at the transom, you’ll do it in comfort and style. You can also choose to upgrade the aft lounge by adding the optional high/low teak table.
 
Everglades 340DC

If you want the best view, you’ll find it in the expansive bow seating of the forward lounge, which sports a built-in insulated cooler.

Everglades 340DC bow cooler

Bow Cooler

Relax and socialize with friends around the adjustable bow table, which removes and stores easily for even more space. Alternatively, the bow can be completely sealed off with the center door and windshield. As the first of its kind, the windshield silently slides open or closed, with the push of a button, and a mere 12 volts. No pumps, no hoses or fluids, no hydraulics.

Everglades 340DC helm dual displays

Helm dual displays