LOA: 21 feet, 7 inches BEAM: 8 feet, 6 inches DRAFT: 15 inches DISPLACEMENT: 3,600 pounds (without engine) TRANSOM DEADRISE: 21 degrees TANKAGE: 95 gallons fuel
POWER: Single Honda 150 .
A thoughtful feature is designed into the leaning post. The seat bolster and the footrest below are connected and, with the aid of a gas lift, move in unison. The footrest pivots out of the way as the bolster flips aft, and vice versa. You can grab the bolster and move it up or down, or use the armrests, which are connected to the bolsters.
The Everglades rode like she was larger than 21 feet. As we charged through some 2-foot wakes in Biscayne Bay, she felt solid. I would think this vessel, with its deep-vee hull (21 degrees at the transom), could handle 2- to 3-foot seas without beating up the crew.
At the dock
After the short sea trial, I examined the rest of the deck. Two comfy transom seats sandwich the raised 27-gallon live well on centerline. The U-shaped rail mounted a few inches abaft the live well forms a ski pylon for water sports. Two rails intercept the pylon at its base, providing hand-holds for those using either of the two swim platforms or the transom seats. The swim platforms are larger than on most boats this size. The boarding ladders slide under the platforms when stored, rather than sitting on the top. Smart.
There’s a lot going on at the bow, as well. The builder provides a standard sun pad that snaps onto the raised foredeck. A filler cushion can be dropped between the bow pad and the forward console seat. The anchor roller doubles as the home for a telescoping ladder that drops at the bow for beach boarding. The split bow rails form a safe passageway to the ladder. The anchor locker sits just abaft the roller/ladder. Its lid flips aft — instead of to port or starboard.
Everglades builds the 210cc and its other boats with its patented RAMCAP (Rapid Molded Cored Assembly Process) construction. Before starting Everglades, founders Bob and Stephen Dougherty used to manufacture — using RAMCAP — hardtops for Mako, Stamas and Pro-Line.
The Everglades 210cc consists of two fiberglass closed-molded shells — the hull and the liner — that sandwich a 6-pound-density urethane foam core. The three components are bonded together in a vacuum-bagging process, resulting in the stiffest boat in the industry, says company president Stephen Dougherty. The liner includes components such as the stringer grid, hatches and live well.
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Draft: 1 ft. 3 in.
Beam: 8 ft. 6 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 95
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Model name: 150
Model year: 2007
Fuel Type: Gas