Everglades designed the 395 for those anglers looking for something larger than the company’s 355cc but not as robust as its 435cc.
Like its sisters, the 395cc features patented Ramcap hull construction and is packed with comforts such as mezzanine seating, a full-beam folding transom bench, an interior dining area that transforms into a sleeping area, and a forward-facing double lounger.
Fishing amenities include the single-level cockpit, insulated 112- and 75-gallon fish boxes, two 40-gallon pressurized livewells, under-gunwale power ports, 39 rod holders, forward in-gunwale rod-storage compartments, outrigger quick-cam cleats and powder-coated low-profile hand and toe rails. Options include a full upper station with a fiberglass sun top, a Seakeeper 3 and a full suite of Garmin electronics.
The 395cc carries 600 gallons of fuel. In factory testing, powered by triple Yamaha 425 XTO outboards, the 395cc hit a top speed of 56.5 mph at 6,000 rpm, achieving 0.53 mpg. At a 27.4 mph cruise (3,500 rpm), the boat averaged 0.77 mpg, for a range of 437 miles. It accelerated to 30 mph in 10.8 seconds.
LOA: 39 ft.
Beam: 12 ft.
Dry Weight: 16,650 lb. (w/o engines)
Draft: 2 ft. 8 in. (hull only)
Transom Deadrise: 25 deg.
MSRP: $803,077 (w/ triple Yamaha 425 XTOs)