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EdgeWater set to debut 26-foot center console

EdgeWater Power Boats is set to introduce the new 262 Deep-V Center Console at the Feb. 11-15 Miami International Boat Show.
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Center console, crossover and express model builder EdgeWater Power Boats is set to introduce the new 262 Deep-V Center Console at the Feb. 11-15 Miami International Boat Show.

Designed to perform with twin engines, the EdgeWater 262CC is equipped with Yamaha F200 or Yamaha F250 four-stroke outboards and has a new deep-vee hull design.

The 262CC features EdgeWater’s SPI (single piece infusion) hull construction. The company said the helm area and integrated hardtop with a “Clear View” windshield are innovations. The 262CC’s aerodynamic design eliminates the use of vision-impairing aluminum tubing.

The 262CC also incorporates elements from EdgeWater’s 368CC in an effort to combine the comforts of a dual console model with the performance and fishability of a center console.

The 262CC has wraparound bow seating with integrated, forward-facing backrests and lockable rod storage. The forward entry console opens to a head compartment with storage space. The leaning post is a new design available in many configurations. Options include a premium cooler, grill, sink, storage and/or cutting board. A starboard-side dive door is standard.

The 262CC also will be on display at the Feb. 13-21 New England Boat Show at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

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