A decade ago, Belzona Boats gathered a team of boatbuilding veterans and began creating boats around a few core concepts: indomitable hulls, intuitive and practical features, and an elevated boating experience.
Today, in a 100,000-plus-square-foot facility in Doral, Florida, the company uses highly engineered molds formed from plugs carved on a seven-axis CNC router. From those molds, fiberglass hand-laid wood-free hulls are formed, designed to exceed ABYC standards and deliver exceptional performance.
Each hull provides a smooth, quick-planing ride with both stability and agile handling characteristics, ready for any offshore excursion.
The Belzona 27 CC is packed with unique features. Construction is with methacrylate bonding. A reinforced stringer system gives a solid ride. Deutsch connector wiring ensures long-lasting electrical systems. Each boat built to the specifications of the owner is given a thorough quality-control inspection and rigorous sea trial before delivery to the customer.
Belzona 27 CC
Envisioning its new 27 Center Console, Belzona took its proven 27 Walk Around and stripped it to the essentials required for a day of serious angling.
To maximize deck space (a key feature to 78 percent of CC survey respondents), the cabin was swapped for a head compartment.
The additional bow deck space allowed for more optional wraparound seating (bow seating cited by one-third of respondents as important) and extra storage, even an extra fish box.
Within the cockpit was added a fold-down transom bench and integrated cooler, and a pair of fish boxes.
A 200-gallon fuel tank puts distant hotspots within reach. The open floor plan features a third fish box (twin livewells optional), a slide-out cooler, plenty of storage, seating for eight, and abundant rod holders, including five across the transom and six more along the gunwales—well in excess of the six that 68 percent of our offshore CC respondents say they need.
A novel feature of the 27 CC is the Belzona Jumper Door: Instead of swinging in to intrude on the cockpit, or out where it could strike a dock, the Jumper Door lifts and swings aft, parallel to the gunwale, to create a spacious opening, with a telescoping ladder that makes boarding from a dock, or diving in and reboarding, a cinch. Big fish slide right in.
Survey Says: On Target
⋅Cockpit space is maximized, and comfort is provided by foldaway transom seat.
⋅Rod holders meet or exceed expectations
⋅Solid construction is enahnced with methacrylate adhesives, not screws
⋅Dual livewells meet expectations of most survey respondents
⋅Optional third 50 gal. livewell available
⋅Boats with uncompromising quality
⋅Flawlessly executed from concept to completion
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