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Crevalle 26 Bay First Glance

Built for fishing fanatics and families

February 25, 2016
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Crevalle 26 Bay Center Console
Crevalle 26 Bay Courtesy of Crevalle Boats

This Central Florida builder says it designed the new 26 Bay as a ­fanatical-fishing and family-friendly vessel. It features 16 degrees of deadrise with Carolina flare at the bow for a dry, smooth ride, and a wide flip-up transom seat.

Fishing amenities include storage for 10 7½-foot rods in the lockable foredeck hatches and racks for four 8-foot rods under the gunwales, as well as three livewells, including two 28-gallon aft release wells with aeration and a 12-gallon well forward.

Two standard removable 72-quart coolers provide separate locations for the day’s catch and the food and drinks. Eight cup holders ensure ample locations to stow an open beverage. Built-in lockers for required safety gear keep the console and other dry-storage areas clear for the seemingly endless accessories families carry aboard.

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All hatches are finished inside and out and come with friction hinges. The helm features a standard JBL stereo, SeaStar Solutions hydraulic steering with tilt helm, and Lenco trim-tab switches with LED indicators.

Crevalle also offers an optional premium leaning post that comes with a tackle station, cutting boards and a slide-out Yeti cooler.

SPECIFICATIONS

LOA 25 ft. 6 in.

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BEAM 8 ft. 6 in.

DRY WEIGHT 3,100 lb. (w/out engine)

DRAFT 12-14 in.

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TRANSOM DEADRISE 16 deg.

MSRP $82,350 (w/ 250 hp outboard)

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