EdgeWater 340CC First Glance

“The Beast” that covers all adventures.
EdgeWater 340CC running shot
The 340CC offers numerous angling features as well as plush seating and comfort. Courtesy EdgeWater

If you missed this boat at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in October, you’ll have a chance to see it in mid-February at the Miami show. EdgeWater has nicknamed its new 340CC “The Beast.”

“Our main objective for this center-console was to cover all bases for any adventure,” says Kimberly Machnik, vice president of sales and marketing for EdgeWater, which is based in Florida. “We have the angler covered with the leaning-post tackle station and 50-gallon aquarium livewell. We are family-friendly with the plush, forward sun-pad lounge seat along with a luxurious bow area to host dinners.”

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The standard leaning post comes with a removable 48-quart cooler, freshwater sink, pullout shower, cutting board, storage drawers, rod holders and flip-up, bolstered helm seats. Aft, EdgeWater placed a 28-gallon livewell, a 66-gallon well/fish box and a transom sink. Another fish box in the sole offers 155 gallons of capacity. Amidships, port and starboard locking storage boxes hold multiple rods.

Options include a Seakeeper gyro-stabilizer, and Garmin electronics.


LOA: 33 ft. 4 in.


Beam: 10 ft. 6 in.

Dry Weight: 11,500 lb. (w/ twin Yamaha 425s)

Draft: 2 ft. 2 in.


Transom Deadrise: 23.5 deg.

MSRP: $338,461 (w/ twin Yamaha F300s)