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Cape Yachts at South Wharf - South Dartmouth, MA
This go-anywhere boat combines the timeless good looks, outstanding all-weather performance, spacious interior, and impeccable reputation that all True North boats are know for with the efficiency, speed, maneuverability, and shallow draft that twin 300 horsepower outboard motors provide.
The Go-Anywhere, Do-Everything Boat
The accommodations plan is designed for adventurous people who want to experience nature - comfortably. The main living spaces (including galley) are all on one level, and connect seamlessly to the spacious cockpit in the stern. Warm and dry when it's rough, open and airy when it's not - you'll always have an intimate connection to your surroundings. Add in your adventure options, and there's no weekend you can't conquer.
Boats can bring people together better than any other activity. Eating and socializing with friends and family is more than half the fun. All current True North owners agree that one of the most popular features of the boat's "open concept" interior is the "galley-up" configuration, and the Outboard Express is no different. Serious cooks love the large and well-equipped galley and everybody loves being up in the center of the action.
Design Makes the Difference
The Outboard Express performs exceptionally well on flat water in fair weather. But its unique ability to handle rough weather and stormy sea conditions is one of the many elements that sets this boat apart. The sharp, plumb bow slices through the waves instead of pounding on top of them when the seas build. The hull's balanced displacement and flatter aft sections deliver a rock-solid ride in virtually all weather conditions. And since the hull design is inspired by boats that work all year long in all sorts of conditions, we can almost guarantee you won't miss a day on the water (or be stranded in port) when the weather takes a turn for the worst.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.