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EdgeWater 36-footer debut set for South Carolina show

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EdgeWater Power Boats and Charleston (S.C.) dealer Longshore Boats said they will launch the next generation of technically advanced, intelligently designed boats in the all-new EdgeWater 368CC at 1 p.m. on Jan. 23 at the Charleston Boat Show.

The 36-foot deep-vee center console will be a "must sea," according to Longshore and EdgeWater, which are teasing the boat online with the hashtag #mustsea.

"This is an important boat. We're excited that Peter Truslow, president of EdgeWater, will be here to unveil the 368CC to the world at the Charleston Boat Show," Tim Clark, of Longshore, said in a statement. "This boat has the right mix of incredible speed, ride quality, luxury, fishability and looks to catapult it into the forefront of large center-console boats."

Longshore will hold a raffle for a Garmin echoMap 70s GPS system. The drawing will be held on Jan. 25.

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