Advertisement

EdgeWater 230CX First Glance

Dual-console crossover delivers multipurpose platform.

July 22, 2019
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email
EdgeWater 230CX First Glance
The 230CX features top-quality construction features as well as fishing and family functionality. EdgeWater

EdgeWater’s new 230CX dual‑console crossover model blends standard features such as integrated swim platforms and a retractable bow table with an insulated fish box, underwater LED lighting, and a 12-gallon livewell to deliver a multipurpose platform.

The smallest of EdgeWater’s crossover lineup—all of which are under 30 feet—the 230CX features the company’s single-piece infusion construction and powder-coated aluminum hardtop. The vessel’s other standard fishing amenities include undergunwale rod racks and freshwater and raw-water washdowns.

“What some boat manufacturers call luxury or custom, we call standard,” says Jennifer Butera, EdgeWater’s president and CEO. “There’s a need for all these features; why make that a special request?”

Advertisement

Read Next: 25 Best Sportfishing Boats of the Last Decade

Max power for the 22-foot-8-inch hull is 300 hp; the boat carries 106 gallons of fuel. In factory testing with a Yamaha F300, the 230CX reached a top speed of 45.5 mph, turning 6,000 rpm and achieving 1.73 mpg. At 4,000 rpm and 29.5 mph, the boat logged 2.57 mpg for a range of about 250 miles, based on 90 percent fuel capacity.

Specifications
LOA: 22 ft. 8 in.
Beam: 8 ft. 6 in.
Dry Weight: 4,623 lb. (w/o engine)
Draft: 1 ft. 3 in.
Transom Deadrise: N/A
MSRP: $127,600 (w/ Yamaha F250)

Advertisement
Advertisement

More Boat Reviews

Advertisement
Advertisement