2021 Everglades 455cc

The Everglades 455cc is a luxurious fishing machine with overnighting capabilities.

2021 Everglades 455cc

The 455cc offers a host of fishing and comfort features. (Courtesy Everglades Boats/)

Powered by quad Yamaha outboards—to shrink distances and expand time—and fitted with a Seakeeper 6 gyrostabilizer, which tames roll in rough seas, the Everglades 455CC proves truly multi-dimensional when you consider that it’s also rigged to fish, equipped for luxury, and hosts its owners for comfortable overnights thanks to the king-size berth within the console.

Standard features for this unsinkable 47-foot-2-inch model include cabin amenities such as a galley, a convertible high-low teak table, a stand-up head with shower stall and skylight, air conditioning, a 32-inch flat-screen TV and more.

Topside coolness includes a patented hydraulic sliding windshield, room for two 22-inch multifunction displays at the helm, a fiberglass hardtop, an electrically actuated table for bow seating, plus livewells, rod and tackle stowage, and a host of other fishing and comfort features.

With its variable-deadrise deep-V hull and patented closed-molded RAMCAP construction, the 455CC will instill confidence.

Specs

LOA: 47'2"
Beam: 13'3"
Draft: TBA
Displacement: 24,000 (full fluids)
Fuel Capacity: 685 gal.

Everglades Boats - Edgewater, Florida; 386-409-2202; evergladesboats.com

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Atlantic 460 used boat report: This aft-cabin cruiser oozes Dutch class

Our resident used boat expert Dave Marsh explains how to find a good Atlantic 444 or Atlantic 460 on the secondhand market.

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LOA: 46ft / 14.0m
Beam: 14ft9in / 4.50m
Draught: 4ft0in / 1.22m
Air draught: 11ft2in / 3.40m
Displacement: 15 tonnes
Fuel capacity: 396 imp gal / 1,800lt
Water capacity: 148 imp gal / 675lt
Engines: Twin 480hp Volvo Penta TAMD75Ps
Top speed: 26 knots
Cruising speed: 19 knots
Cruising range: 260nm
Built from: 1990-2006
Current market value: £150,000-£295,000

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