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Price: $170,000
Brand: Everglades
Type: Powerboat
Year: 2013
Length: 29 ft.



Everglades 295 Pilothouse 2013

Builder: Everglades Designer: Dougherty

LOA: 31’ 3”
Draft: 20” Beam: 9’ 9”
Deadrise” 21 Degrees Bridge Clearance: 8 feet
Displ: 6,600 Lbs

Cruising Speed: 31 miles per hour
Twin Yamaha 300hp 4-stroke (290 Hours) Max Speed: 55 miles per hour

Fuel: 200 gallon Water: 25 gallon Holding: 9 gallon

• Unsinkable
• 10-year transferable hull warranty
• Patented closed molded RAMCAP® construction process
• Self-bailing cockpit
• Variable deadrise deep v-hull
• NMMA, ABYC, and CE certified
• No wood construction – all composite
• High density, closed cell, structural foam floatation
• Hull laminate – premium gel coat, vinyl-ester barrier coat, vinyl-ester skin coat, polyester print barrier and knitted biaxial fiberglass
• High density PVC composite transom
• Hull liner and deck mated perfectly for a rigid one-piece construction, adding to its long-term durability
• Hull liner completely finished inside with Class A surface
• Molded-in diamond non-skid
• Rigging troughs – molded-in and oversized for easy access
• ABS backing used to receive self tapping screws and bolts
• Aluminum frame work – custom fabricated in house meeting stringent standards, sand blasted then powder coated using premium marine grade materials
• Gunwale boards – all hand laid and extra heavy-duty
• Caulking – high grade, non-yellowing, mildew resistant polyurethane (not silicone bath caulk)
• Wire harnesses – manufactured in house using marine grade, tinned copper wire, high grade heat shrink connectors and waterproof Deutsch plugs
• Circuit protection – circuit breakers or fuses protect all electrical circuits
• Heavy-duty rub rail with 316 stainless steel insert and end caps
• 316-L stainless steel and chrome plated fasteners for additional corrosion and stain resistance
• All hardware bedded or gasketed to resist crevice corrosion
• 316-L cast stainless steel hinges and latches
• Heavy-duty, welded bow and stern eyes, bedded and sealed in polyurethane
• Upholstery – extra-heavy vinyl with acrylic top coat, Tenara™ thread, and anti-mildew backing - adhered to high density plastic backing (no wood) with flow through foam cushions
• Bronze high speed intake strainers
• Painted aluminum 200 gal fuel tank

• Removable Sliding Fiberglass Doors
• Fiberglass hardtop with aluminum powder-coated frame includes blue/white LED lights, spreader lights, electronics box, (5) rod holders, a set of kingfish rod holder
• Stereo speakers mounted in the hardtop (2)
• Electric Tempered glass, hydraulic sliding windshield
• Hydraulic Assisted Sliding Aft Windshield
• Intelligent windshield wiper and washer system that automatically parks before the hydraulic windshield can move to the down position
• Hydraulic tilt steering
• Console glove box/storage bin
• Console hand rails
• Console power port – 15 A
• USB Ports
• 316-L stainless steel steering wheel
• Molded-in fiberglass footrest at the helm
• Fire extinguisher (2)
• China-bowl head with macerator and holding tank – 9.5 gal
• Sink with shower in the head
• Webasto Heater
• Marvair 12V Airconditioning

• 14.5 lb stainless steel anchor, 200' rode, 15' chain
• Low-profile aluminum powder-coated bow rails 1 5/16" diameter
• Blue/white LED courtesy lighting with 316 stainless steel bezels
• Stereo speakers mounted in the boat (2)
• 316-L stainless steel drink holders (4)
• Raw/fresh-water sink with sprayer
• Sliding workstation drawers
• Cockpit area – 121 sf
• Powder coated toe rails
• Lockable transom gate with freeing port

• Abundant space for electronics placement
• Command leaning post workstation
• Circulating livewell with light and 3/8" clear acrylic lid with stainless steel friction hinges and latch – 34 gal
• 316-L stainless steel gunwale flush mounted rod holders bedded and through bolted (10)
• Transom rod holders (6)
• Kingfish rod holders
• Lockable rod storage

• 2 Garmin 8215 Multi-function Displays
• 1 Garmin GSD24 Sounder
• 1 Garmin GDS25 Advanced Sonar
• 1 B164 Airmar Transducer
• 1 B165M Airmar Transducer Chrip)
• 1 Panoptix PS30 Garmin Sonar Down Scan
• 1 GXM-52 Garmin XM Radio/Weather WiFi iPhone connectivity
• 1 VIRB Ultra 30 Garmin Camera
• 1 CHP-20 Garmin Autopilot Hydraulic Steering, CCU course Computer, SUB Assembly ECU
• 1 meteor 300 Garmin Media Player
• 2 VHF200 Garmin VHF Card Reader
• 1 gateway Garmin Yamaha
• 1 AIS 600 Garmin
• 1 M-625XP FLIR Infared Camera
• 1 GMR 404 HD Garmin Radar

• Auto anchor system – windlass
• Automatic bilge pump (3)
• High-water alarm
• LED anchor light
• LED navigation lights
• 2 Seablaze 3Lumitec Underwater Lights
• Docking lights
• Ritchie(R) compass
• Stereo – AM/FM/Bluetooth ®/Auxiliary
• Electric horn
• 3 battery management system
• PP1210 Promariner Battery charger
• Fresh-water washdown – 25 gal
• Raw-water washdown
• Electric Lectrotab, single cylinder, custom stainless steel trim tabs with position indicator and auto retract

• Cushioned forward console seating
• Forward U-shaped bow seating with storage and cushions
• Mechanical stern seat that opens to access battery storage

Options Included
• Side-utility door with ladder that opens inboard
• Deluxe audi Package
• Outrigger package – 15’ poles
• Platinum Upholstery
• White gel coat hull color
• Twin Yamaha 300 hp (Command Link® Plus display)
• Load Rite Trailer with Hydraulic Brakes

Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Tracy Buczak, CPYB - Sales & Brokerage

Erie, PA


Phone: 814-455-6800

Tracy has sailed for over 30 years. As a former winner at Youngstown Level Regatta, he met Don Finkle and built a relationship that lead to his position at RCR. In addition to sailing, Tracy has a USCG Master’s Captain’s License. He considers himself lucky to have turned my avocation into his vocation. Sharing his knowledge and love for sailing and boating in general with both experienced boaters and those new to the sport has given him great pleasure and added new friendships to his life. As a founding member of Sail Erie helped shape the group of sailors with common interests focused on cruising and educational activities in the Greater Erie area. Tracy joined RCR Yachts in late 2001 and helped open RCR Erie in the spring of 2002. Since then he has enjoyed building our Erie office as a successful part of Erie and our regions boating community. Hundreds of boats, both power and sail have been sold from this office and their owners have joined the RCR Family of owners. We continue to focus our efforts to making the buying and boating experience a good one for our customers.

Additional Information

Everglades 295 Pilot
The Everglades 295 Pilot combines comfort and fishability
By John Brownlee

Everglades Boats has long been known as an innovator in outboard-powered fishing boats. From its exclusive Rapid Molded Core Assembly Process (RAMCAP) to creations like powered windshields and functional, stylish seating systems, Everglades constantly evolves and challenges the rest of the industry.

Everglades is never hesitant to try out a new design either, and from this philosophy, the new 295 Pilot was born. The company has built pilothouse boats before, and the configuration is a staple in cold-weather climates like the Pacific Northwest and New England, but this new pilothouse model offers more.

I tested the 295 from Plantation Boat Mart in Tavernier, Florida, not exactly the heart of cold-weather country. Admittedly, a pilothouse boat looks out of place in the Florida Keys, but after spending a morning running it around Florida Bay, I could see lots of practical applications for it in that part of the world and others.

I thought about the countless days I have had to punch through thunderstorms on the way back to shore, having been cut off from land by black clouds. It certainly would be nice to have a solid 360-degree enclosure in which to hide in those situations. Add the option of air conditioning and heat, and the comfort level rises even more.

The solid fiberglass pilothouse features removable sliding fiberglass doors, so if you don’t want the AC option, you can still get plenty of airflow in the summer. Add to those the standard hydraulic tempered-safety-glass sliding windshield and the opening rear window, and plentiful ventilation becomes a given.

The helm area has the wheel mounted to port, with the switches arranged in a cluster in the center. The bolster-style helm and passenger seats are solid, and there’s a convenient footrest, plus storage space for drinks, cell phones and other loose gear. It’s easy to drive standing or seated, and visibility is excellent. There’s also a 140-quart cooler beneath the seat.

At the aft end of the pilothouse, a large rigging station features six drink holders and a centerline sink, with eight tackle drawers below. This area sits at the forward end of a spacious cockpit, making fishing easier by keeping all tackle items within reach. A 66-gallon in-deck fish box drains overboard via a macerator pump.

Our test boat came equipped with Everglades’ optional dive door, a massive gate built into the port-hull side. It swings inward on sturdy hinges and makes getting into and out of the boat a breeze. It can also serve as a handy and practical gate for boating big fish, even though it’s not technically a transom gate. Bring ’em in the side instead.

There’s a standard livewell in the port transom corner, and a fold-down passenger seat built into the transom bulkhead. Even if you don’t opt for the dive door, rest assured that ingress and egress is still possible through a starboard transom gate and a telescoping stainless-steel dive ladder built into the engine platform.

The 295 features pop-up cleats all the way around, so there’s little on which to snag a line, and wide alleys make it easy to pass from bow to stern. At the forward end of the console, two sturdy passenger seats feature powder-coated handholds and stainless drink holders. A portside door located just forward of the pilothouse door affords access to the surprisingly roomy compartment below, which offers considerable storage space and a standard marine head.

The bow, port and starboard passenger seats contain more storage. To starboard, there’s rod storage beneath the seat, with more lockable rod space in the hull sides above the seats. The port seat contains a second large fish box, which holds 105 gallons and drains overboard. A stainless-steel anchor and a windlass come standard, and low-profile bow rails provide a secure handhold even in rough water. There’s a huge storage box subdeck between the two forward seats.

Our test boat came powered by twin 350 hp Yamaha V-8 four-stroke outboards, but power options are available from Honda and Mercury as well. The big Yamahas got the 295 on plane quickly, in about five seconds, and we soon reached a comfortable cruise speed of 36 mph at 4,000 rpm. At that speed, the Yamahas burned 22.5 gallons per hour, and the 295 would have a range of almost 300 statute miles with its 200-gallon fuel tank.

We ran the boat hard in admittedly calm water, and it showed exemplary sea manners, even when put into unrealistically hard turns at high speed. The 21-degree transom deadrise and sharp bow angle (the average deadrise is 37 degrees) should cut down even the stiffest chop with little problem, and the RAMCAP build gives the boat an incredibly solid feel.

If you’ve never considered a pilothouse design, maybe it’s time to re-examine your preferences. This boat comes with a lengthy standard-equipment list, things like outriggers, a raw-water washdown, blue LED cockpit lighting, a spotlight, trim tabs, hydraulic tilt steering, numerous rod holders, a full marine head and much more. The 295 combines the best aspects of a conventional center console with a high-tech pilothouse design; it could be just the ticket for those days when inclement weather stands between you and the dock, no matter where you fish.