Joining the current parade of big, offshore catamarans, North Carolina’s Tideline Boats has debuted the 365 Offshore, designed by naval architect Robert Ullberg. The 36-plus-footer offers a broad cockpit and plenty of walkway and bow space, courtesy of its catamaran layout.
With a standard 492-gallon fuel tank to feed up to 700 horsepower, the 365 can provide loads of cruising range. Anglers will appreciate its two 45-gallon abovedeck livewells and its two 88-gallon wells in the sole. Tideline also installed a 172-gallon coffin box forward and two 204-gallon insulated boxes in the sole.
Additional standard features include a leaning post with three helm seats, tackle storage and two rear seats, a freshwater sink and 20-gallon tank, and a color-matched hardtop.
Powered by twin 350 hp outboards, the 365 Offshore — which weighs about 9,500 pounds — hits a top speed of 60 mph, Tideline says. At a cruising speed of 35 mph, it achieves 1.5 mpg.