Cool New Boats from This Year’s Miami Boat Show

22 top boats from one of the country’s largest boat shows.

February 19, 2020

This year’s Miami International Boat Show showcased some amazing new vessels and some larger boats with cutting-edge technology in the design and in the features.

We definitely saw a continuation of several trends such as dual consoles and catamarans. All builders, whether creating small 18-footers or giant, quad- and quint-powered luxury fish boats, also have kept an eye on family comforts while remembering the hardcore anglers. We rarely see a center console these days without forward seating, even loungers, and a fold-out transom bench.

We noticed too that many boats in the 30-foot-and-up range displayed a trend toward minimalism at the helm. Glass-bridge displays, once only characteristic on big sport-fishers, are now common as electronics network with all onboard systems, eliminating the need for multiple switches and controls.


All of this makes for great boat shopping whether in-person or online. Enjoy!

Albemarle 31 DC

Albemarle 31 DC in the water
This near 31-foot LOA dual console features a 30-gallon livewell and two 56-gallon fish boxes. Jackie Fry
Albemarle 31 DC cockpit
The 31DC carries a 10-foot-8-inch beam and draws 2 feet 2 inches with the engines up. Jackie Fry

Boston Whaler 325 Conquest

Boston Whaler 325 Conquest in the water
Built for maximum versatility, the 325 Conquest has been redesigned from the keel up, providing better planing and stability than ever before. Fishing features include a prep center, in-deck fish boxes an insulated livewell and more. Chris Woodward
Boston Whaler 325 Conquest cabin
The 325’s cabin includes overhead rod storage, and a convertible V-berth sleeping/dining area. Chris Woodward

Carolina Skiff 21 LS

Carolina Skiff 21 LS in the display tent
Carolina Skiff’s LS series is a totally redesigned model lineup that now features a full liner hull. This 21-footer draws just 7 inches and can carry a maximum of 175 hp. Chris Woodward
Carolina Skiff 21 LS transom
The 21 LS transom provides twin fold-down jump seats and an 18-gallon livewell. Chris Woodward

Caymas 341CC

Caymas 341CC at the dock
The 341CC, like all of the company’s bluewater models, features a patented stepped-vee ventilated tunnel hull designed by naval architect Michael Peters. Jackie Fry
Caymas 341CC bow seating
Bow benches fold up out of the way when the bite heats up. Jackie Fry

Cobia 330 DC

Cobia 330 DC display
The largest of Cobia’s dual-console models, the 330 DC features a brand-new hull design, crafted specifically for this deck style. It measures 33 feet, 6 inches and comes with a 10-foot-9-inch beam. Chris Woodward
Cobia 330 DC helm
This boat-show model came with a Garmin electronics master command suite, JL Audio and underwater lighting. Chris Woodward

Contender 44 FA

Contender 44 FA at the docks in Miami
Contender’s new 44 Fish Around offers a 43-foot, 10-inch length overall and a 12-foot beam with 360-degree rail access and comfortable overnighting accommodations inside a spacious console cabin. Jim Hendricks
Contender 44 FA at the dock
Three Llebroc helm seats with flip-up bolsters, fold-away armrests and individual fold-down footrests provide superb comfort. The Contender 44 FA also can be optioned with a second-row contoured bench seat, as on this particular boat, which is under the protection of the hardtop and offers footrests for bracing yourself in rough conditions. Jim Hendricks

Crevalle 33 CSF

Crevalle 33 CSF shows off in Miami
Crevalle’s new 33 CSF, the largest boat in the company’s lineup, holds 300 gallons of fuel and features max hp of 900. Chris Woodward
Crevalle 33 CSF transom
The 33 CSF comes with three livewells, including these two in the transom and one in the forward-console seat, a leaning-post tackle station, and lockable rod storage. Chris Woodward

EdgeWater 340 CC

EdgeWater 340 CC at the dock
EdgeWater optimized the length-to-beam ratio to provide comfort at rest for families while still delivering a deep-V ride. Jackie Fry
EdgeWater 340 CC livewell
For anglers, the optional, pressurized 38-gallon aquarium livewell comes with a 2,000-gph pump to keep baits frisky. Jackie Fry

Everglades 340 DC

Everglades 340 DC in-water display
The 340DC represents Everglades’ reentry into the dual-console market. The 33 ½-footer features a 20-degree transom deadrise, can handle 850 hp, and carries 300 gallons of fuel. Chris Woodward
Everglades 340 DC cockpit
The wide-open cockpit benefits from the 11-foot-1-inch beam, which also provides excellent stability. Chris Woodward

Fountain 34TE

Fountain 34TE in the water
Bristling with rod holders, this 34TE lives up to Fountain’s legacy of building serious offshore fishing boats. The double-stepped hull includes a 22-degree deadrise angle at the transom. Chris Woodward
Fountain 34 TE tackle center
The tackle center comes with a rigging center, removable cutting board, 7-inch lure storage trays, and four spool holders. Chris Woodward

Grady-White Canyon 336

Grady-White Canyon 336 hardtop
The popular 336 has been reengineered with a full-height glass windshield integrated into the T-top. Chris Woodward
Grady-White Canyon 336 tackle storage
The deluxe helm-seating pod comes with three Command Elite horizontally adjustable, contoured chairs. Aft of the seating lies a rigging station with a 45-gallon insulated livewell, cooler, cutting board and storage. Chris Woodward

Hatteras GT65 Carolina

Hatteras GT65 Carolina in the water
Hatteras says the GT65 Carolina represents the next generation of the builder’s tournament-proven GT series sport fishers, which measure from 45 to 70 feet. The 65 features a sleek new profile, high-tech hull and a new level of customization. Jackie Fry
Hatteras GT65 Carolina cockpit
The 65’s enormous cockpit (20-foot beam) is overlooked by a full mezzanine with optional seatback air-conditioning. Jackie Fry

Invincible 35 Cat

Invincible 35 Catamaran docking
The 35 Catamaran represents the third multihull model to emerge from Invincible Boats in as many years. With an 11-foot-7 1/2-inch beam that carries well forward and a level diamond nonskid sole throughout, this center-console cat maximizes deck space for fishing. Jim Hendricks
Invincible 35 Cat dive door
The 35 Cat is available with a port-side door, as seen on this model at the boat show, that lets guests step aboard from a floating dock, facilitates snorkeling and scuba diving, and allows you to slide aboard a big fish such as a broadbill, tuna or wahoo. Jim Hendricks

Jupiter 32

Jupiter 32 moving along the docks
Jupiter’s new 32 actually marks the return of its iconic 31. The 32-foot-8-inch hull features a 9-foot-9-inch beam, a 35-gallon livewell and loads of fish and gear storage. Courtesy Jupiter Marine
Jupiter 32 helm
The sleek, uncluttered helm demonstrates the 32’s amazing fit and finish. Chris Woodward

NauticStar 191 Hybrid

NauticStar 191 Hybrid in the tent
The near-19-foot 191 Hybrid blends fishing features with family comforts in a compact package. Amenities include a 27-gallon livewell aft as well as a 13-gallon console well. Chris Woodward
NauticStar 191 Hybrid helm
The console comes with a removable windshield and a broad helm face for plenty of in-dash electronics room. Chris Woodward

Pursuit S 378

New Pursuit S 378
The S 378 is the newest addition to Pursuit’s Sport family, and it offers some unique features like a mezzanine seat that moves aft electronically to expose tackle-storage drawers and a prep station. Chris Woodward
Hull-side windows
Hull-side windows port and starboard of the forward console seat give passengers a lateral view of the water’s surface. Chris Woodward

Regulator 24XO

Regulator 24XO docked in Miami
The second crossover in Regulator’s lineup, the 24XO offers bay-boat access (16-inch draft) with big-boat capability. Chris Woodward
Regulator 24XO bow seating
Bow seating comes with flip-up backrests and an integrated handrail. Below the benches lie twin fish or dry boxes with locking rod storage. The forward console seat hides a 51-quart cooler. Chris Woodward

Scout 305 LXF

Scout 305 LXF in-water display
Scout’s 305 LXF replaces the 300 LXF, joining a luxury lineup that ranges from a 25-footer up to the flagship 53. Scout says this is the only 30-footer in its class with a console berth below and optional air conditioning. Chris Woodward
Scout 305 helm
The 305 features a glass bridge, available with up to 16-inch twin Garmin displays. Chris Woodward

SeaVee 390Z

SeaVee 390Z tied up at the dock
Although not a new model, the 390Z is the heralded flagship for the company’s stepped-hull center-console lineup. It comes with a 65-gallon transom livewell, a 140-gallon aft in-deck fishbox/livewell and a forward fishbox/well with 70 gallons of capacity. Jim Hendricks
SeaVee 390Z outboards
The 390Z’s transom can carry up to four outboards totaling 1,600 hp. Jim Hendricks

Stamas 31T Aventura

Stamas 31T Aventura docked
The new Stamas 31T is the second model in the company’s Aventura line (the first was the 33T), which features racier lines, a sassy sheer line, and an in-stem anchor chute that streamlines the hull. Jim Hendricks
Stamas 31T Aventurahelm
The 31T on display at the Miami International Boat Show featured a massive helm panel that will accept a wide array of flush-mount marine electronics displays. An integral hardtop and three-sided glass windshield protects the helm area from wind blast and rain. Jim Hendricks

World Cat 325CC

World Cat 325CC at the dock
World Cat’s 325CC carries a 10-foot-6-inch beam on its 32-foot-2-inch length. Standard power is twin Yamaha F300 outboards. Jackie Fry
World Cat 325CC helm
This boat-show model features dual helm chairs, and an optional mezzanine seat and dual Garmin displays. Jackie Fry

Yellowfin 34 Offshore

Yellowfin 34 Offshore in the tent
Yellowfin’s 34 Offshore features a proven twin-step running surface, sweeping sheer line and a flaring bow. Powered by triple 400R Verados, the 34 is capable of speed in excess of 72 mph at wide-open throttle. Jim Hendricks
Yellowfin 34 Offshore helm
The interior of the 34 has undergone a redesign intended to improve fishability. The console and helm seating have been shifted about 15 inches forward to create extra room in the aft cockpit. Jim Hendricks

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