The Edgewater 170 Center Console is based on the company’s unsinkable deep-vee hull design and is loaded with features. With seating for six, the stable hull carries a functional platform with 44 square feet of fishing room and 22 inches of freeboard.
||| |—|—| |SPECIFICATIONS| |Length|16′ 10″| |Beam|7′ 3″| |Draft|10″| |Fuel|32 gals.| |Weight|1,700 lbs.| |Price|$23,743| |With 90-hp Yamaha four-stroke outboard | The console has a forward cooler seat, a stainless windshield grab rail, a stainless wheel, a compass, a 12-volt outlet, an electrical switch panel with circuit breakers, hydraulic steering, drink holders and gauges. The forward casting platform offers spacious seating and a large storage compartment beneath. Helm seating for two is a custom cooler-baitwell swingback seat, while passengers have two transom jump seats with cushions, backrests and storage compartments beneath.
Built with a hand-laid fiberglass, cored-composite hull, closed-cell level foam flotation and the Permagrid II composite stringer system, the 170 CC is a no-wood hull that is easy to maintain. Rigged with Yamaha outboard power, the EdgeWater 170 CC has a limited lifetime structural hull warranty. EdgeWater Power Boats; (386) 426-5457; www.ewboats.com.