24 foot dual console featuring sophisticated new deck design
A premier builder of family-oriented center consoles, crossover and express models, EdgeWater Power Boats, is proud to introduce the new 248CX Deep-V Dual Console. This new model, representing the latest evolution of EdgeWater’s market-leading design and technology, will be on display at the 2016 Palm Beach International Boat Show on March 17-20, 2016.
Designed to perform with a single outboard, the EdgeWater 248CX is equipped with a reliable Yamaha F300 four-stroke outboard. This new model features EdgeWater’s most ergonomic and sophisticated deck design for a dual console to date, along with the builder’s advanced SPI (Single Piece Infusion®) hull construction. The new design, driven by customer feedback and direction, improves on the design of the popular 245CX model.
The 248CX incorporates all the design innovations that an EdgeWater Dual Console is known for and updates them. It features redesigned bow seating area with plusher amenities, including forward-facing seat backs with built-in armrests. The forward storage boxes are insulated and have a new separated box design with a remote latch system.
The helm also is an all-new design with yacht styling. It provides great sightlines and improved ergonomics for the captain, and offers enough dash space to accommodate a 16” Garmin screen.
The 248CX showcases EdgeWater’s all-new, patent-pending port-side Ultra Lounger back-to-back seat with insulated fishbox storage and six different seating configurations. The bait prep station also is a modern design with many different configurations; options include a removable premium cooler storage, grill, sink, storage and/or cutting board. These new additions create a more spacious cockpit with a full transom-width fold-out seat, while maintaining a large transom baitwell. The transom walkthrough provides easy access to watersports.
EdgeWater’s Exclusive Single Piece Infusion® Process
With EdgeWater’s proprietary SPI (Single Piece Infusion) construction process, vinylester resin is vacuum-infused into the builder’s grid structures and the hull laminate in one step. By infusing them together, resin molecules in the grid harden at the exact same time as the resin in the fiberglass laminate, making it bond as one piece. SPI achieves a strength-to- weight ratio greater than open-molded, polyester boats, according to laboratory test results provided by Owens Corning. When combined with the sea keeping ability of EdgeWater’s variable deadrise deep-V hulls, SPI technology produces better handling, performance, fuel efficiency and range than other production boats of the same size, length and power.
|DRAFT (boat only):||21"||(53.3cm)|