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.