In 1992, a handful of experienced, dedicated craftsmen formed a company to create the strongest, safest and most reliable boats on the water. They named their brand EdgeWater Boats.
Almost two decades later and about a dozen years ago, EdgeWater became part of the North Marine Group, known for its work on projects from America’s Cup racing yachts to the space shuttle. EdgeWater retains its small-company agility, responsiveness and drive, proud of its custom-tailored, no-robotics assembly.
EdgeWater set out to craft a 34-footer truly matched to the needs of both angler and family. The result is the 340CC, its deep-V hull and generous length-to-beam ratio optimized to create a family-fishing machine.
Fishing amenities include a standard 32-gallon livewell and an optional and popular 38-gallon pressurized aquarium livewell with a clear front.
Of 28 strategically placed rod holders, eight are dual-purpose rod/cup holders. The fiberglass top has more rod holders, and within the walk-in console is a pump-out head. Outriggers are among options, as is a console enclosure. Twelve lockable rod-holder inserts keep tackle secure.
Among other storage areas, the 340CC’s forward lounge seat welcomes gear, fenders, buckets, or optional bow table or forward backrests.
At the helm, an integrated visibility step folds unobtrusively into the base of the helm seat when not in use.
Tunes are provided by a standard premium Fusion stereo with JL Audio speakers, amp and subwoofers. Anglers and family will enjoy selected Garmin electronics and an optional Seakeeper 2 gyroscopic stabilizer. Standard are twin Yamaha 300s.
The 340CC has a lightning-quick chameleon quality to change from fishy to family.
- Test Power: Twin 425 HP Yamaha XTOs
- Test Props: XTO Offshore 16 3⁄8” x 20”
- Test Load: Two people, 200 gal. fuel
- Test Speed: 58.8 mph at 6,100 rpm
- Max Range: 425 miles (90 percent of 340 gal. fuel capacity at 1.39 mpg, 30.9 mph, 3500 rpm)
|Fuel Capacity:||340 gal.|
|Dry Weight:||13,000 lb. with power|
EdgeWater’s 340CC adds family-friendly features that ensure dawn-to-dusk expeditions are fun for everyone on board. The integrated visibility step at the helm enables anyone to comfortably drive with a commanding view forward. -Joe Albanese, Executive Editor Salt Water Sportsman