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July 14, 2005

Triton 351 CC

Handy design features happen to come wrapped in a beautiful, aggressively styled package, too. It's a complete package, from stem to stern, a serious boat built for serious fishermen.

Design and Construction
Triton uses no wood in the 351, relying instead on composite unibody construction with hand-laid-up hull and foam-filled stringers.

It uses AME 1000 resin and a TriCore composite transom, and the boat comes standard with full foam flotation. In addition, Triton installs quality hardware such as stainless-steel thru-hulls, stainless recessed handrails and six thru-bolted stainless pop-up cleats. Even a Dynaplate grounding system comes standard.
 The console features the usual head compartment below but with a couple of nice twists: Besides the standard head, the roomy compartment comes with storage for two average-sized boat bags, plus a hanging locker and three large drawers.  
The helm area has a huge surface for electronics, with a logically designed gauge cluster, a tilt helm, and a storage box to starboard. A bilevel footrest provides comfort in just about any driving condition.

This impressive offering from Triton will surely have a major impact on the large-center-console market, and it's all backed by a limited lifetime hull warranty with a three-year limited component warranty. If a large center console is in your future, this one needs to be on your short list.