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Hell’s Bay Boatworks debuts 24-foot bay boat

After a year and a half of development, Hell’s Bay Boatworks is now offering the 24-foot, 10-inch Estero bay boat.
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After a year and a half of development, Hell’s Bay Boatworks is now offering the 24-foot, 10-inch Estero bay boat.

The Titusville, Fla., company worked closely with its pro staff and professional guides to “design the ultimate fishing bay boat,” according to the company. With top-quality design, materials and production processes, the company has created a bay boat that “has fishability at its core,” according to the company.

Base boat features include a 300-hp outboard, jack plate, leaning post with four rod holders, aft cushions with backrests, forward and aft lockable storage, a 53-gallon aft livewell with sea chest system, and a custom aluminum dual-axle trailer. Base price well equipped is $110,000, according to the company, which will hold a series of demo days from July through October in the Southeast.

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