|LOA/Hull||39’6″||Dead Rise at Transom||24°|
|Beam||10’8″||Dead Rise at Entry||60°|
|Max HP Rating||1200 HP||Holding Tank||11 gal.|
|Bridge Clearance||10′||Live Well||55 gal.|
|Dry Weight (with 2 engines)||12,500 lb||Fuel Capacity||530 gal.|
|Operating Weight (approx.)||15,000 lb||Water Capacity||50 gal.|
This updated luxury edition includes forward wraparound seating creating a comfortable venue for any occasion, whether a hard day of fishing or a relaxing day of cruising. The ideal craft for fun with family and friends, this Venture includes a multipurpose storage area that can be converted to meet any need. And we haven’t forgotten the fisherman with our 7’ 6” lockable rod storage beneath the seats and dual macerated fish boxes to store your next big catch. New console seating accommodates six people, with three in the front and three in the rear-facing seat, along with enough cup holders and rod holders to accommodate the entire crew. This jack-of-all-trades is ready for any activity – from tournament fishing to extended day trips.
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Center Console Tower Options
A top designed for center consoles, T-tops appear to be in the shape of a “T” when viewed from the side. A T-top is attached to the center console area, covering the boat’s helm without blocking the surrounding area for fishing and other activities.
Upper station tower
Console towers are ideal for center console boats. Like a T-top, the base of the tower is narrower than a standard tower and is attached to the center console area. However, a console tower features an upper station with controls for the vessel.
Full Tower Upgrade
Tuna towers are tall towers used for spotting fish in the distance. Often with a second set of helm controls, a full tuna tower features a lightweight fiberglass hard top, standing platform and a buggy top.