The deck design has its back-ground in commercial fishing for both efficiency and a no-nonsense approach. The false transom has a marlin door (and folding swimming ladder) in the center and two large live bait wells (65Gl each)on
both corners. The advantage of placing the bait wells on the corners is the added depth on the corners of the boat as opposed to restriction of placing a bait well on the centerline. The deck also has 2 x forward fish boxes with a length of
8’ and 2 x aft fish boxes.
The lay out of the helm station allows for 2 x 24” MFD screens (unheard of for a 35’) and has flat areas for storage of phones & sunglasses. Inside the helm station is space for an optional electric head. Three Llebroc
helm seats with folding bolsters ensure a comfortable ride. The aft facing workstation has a large work area (with sink) and a cooler under one of the aft seats. Forward of the helm station is a double seat with access to storage underneath.
The helm station is covered by a hardtop that supports (optional) outriggers and up to 8 rod holders.
Deck drainage is pipe-less and simple. No blocked pipes with fish remains due to slightly angled drain into port and starboard gunnels, both fore- aft as well as to inside- outside.