ALBEMARLE

27 DC

Boating - - FIRST IMPRESSION -

With a decades-long rep­u­ta­tion for mak­ing some of the soft­est-rid­ing boats, North Carolina builder Albemarle Boats in­tro­duces a new dual-con­sole model, dubbed the 27 DC.

Pos­sess­ing the deep, 24-de­gree tran­som dead­rise that Albemarle is known for, it is an es­sen­tial in­gre­di­ent in the Albemarle recipe for boats that can be run through rough in­lets and far out into the ocean with con­fi­dence, con­trol and com­fort. Pow­ered by twin Yamaha out­boards of up to 500 hp to­tal, the 27 DC de­buts this fall as Albemarle cel­e­brates its 40th an­niver­sary.

The 27 DC of­fers a broader ap­peal than many other fishy mod­els. The bow, helm, and cock­pit seat­ing will of­fer am­ple space and com­fort for fam­ily and friends. The cock­pit is un­clut­tered and well-laid-out for mul­ti­ple pur­poses.

Albemarle main­tains that its 27 DC will dis­tin­guish it­self for serv­ing as a fam­ily-friendly boat that re­tains the great sea keep­ing and sea­wor­thi­ness for which Albe­mar­les are known.

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