Robalo’s biggest-ever center console, the R360 blends a Kevlar-reinforced Michael Peters stepped-hull design with loads of standard fishing features such as twin, aft 30-gallon livewells with dedicated pumps, electric reel receptacles and two 125-gallon in-deck cockpit fish boxes.
For rod storage, Robalo provides eight vertical holders across the transom and six in each gunwale as well as a rocket launcher aft of the standard hardtop. Look for lockable horizontal storage port and starboard along the inwales.
The powder-coated fiberglass top features an overhead skylight and bonded front and side windshield glass with an overhead vent. On the helm face, Robalo installs two 16-inch Simrad NSS evo3 displays networked with an autopilot, VHF, and Halo radar array, and paired with a high-wide chirp transducer.
The three-across helm seating comes with flip-up bolsters and armrests. Aft of that row, a cockpit bench comes with tackle-box storage and a 65-quart Yeti cooler.
On both sides of the cockpit, side-entry doors create easy boarding for people and gear at the dock or for a big fish offshore. The walkthrough transom door grants access to the swim platform.
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The 36-plus footer can be outfitted with twin or triple outboard engines and carries 350 gallons of fuel.
LOA: 36 ft. 6 in.
Beam: 11 ft. 4 in.
Weight: 14,500 lb. (w/ triple Yamaha F300s)
Draft: 2 ft. 11 in. (engines down)
Transom Deadrise: 23 deg.
Fuel Capacity: 350 gal.
Max HP: 1,200 hp