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Everglades Boats debuts 230 Dual Console

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Everglades Boats is entering the dual console market with its new 230 Dual Console model, the company announced.

“We wanted to appeal to a slightly different market,” company president Stephen Dougherty said in a statement. “The 230 DC has yacht-quality features and styling in a small package. It is equally suitable for fishing, waterskiing or cruising to watch the fireworks. It’s a very versatile family boat.”

The model includes several new features, such as a new windshield system, a port-side seat and a new arch design that is a departure from Everglades’ traditional T-top design.

The 230 DC will be introduced at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which opens Thursday.

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