The “HCO” in Crevalle 26 HCO stands for Hybrid CrossOver. That’s a great description for a bay boat that is equally comfortable near shore and offshore. Plus, it is a perfect boat for the boater who wants a serious fishing boat that's still loaded with family-friendly features.
Built right here in Florida, the 26 HCO has a self-bailing hull that utilizes 100% wood free construction, a composite transom, and fiberglass grid stringer system with foam flotation, all assembled using Crevalle’s proprietary C.R.I.M.P (Crevalle Resin Infusion Manufacturing Process) that results in a stronger, lighter, better riding hull. As you would expect, the boat is built to ABYC Standards and is NMMA certified - all backed by a 10 Year transferable hull warranty.
The hull features plenty of storage, with fiberglass hatches that are fully finished on both sides with stainless steel position control hinges. Marelon composite seacocks give dependable corrosion-free performance and anti-venturi thru-hull fittings allow the pumps to operate at speed. Hidden deck drains with stainless covers and duckbill valves keep the Yacht Grip non-skid deck nice and dry. There's also six custom Crevalle pull-up cleats and a stainless steel rub rail to keep your boat looking good.
Power is courtesy of a Yamaha digital "fly by wire" F300XCA four stroke outboard in the factory pearlescent white color that really complements the color palette of the boat. Mounted on the unique setback transom using a 6” Sea Star jack plate, this setup guarantees plenty of performance whether you’re taking advantage of the 12” draft and fishing inshore or if you're out enjoying the soft dry ride while running offshore. To keep track of all that performance, the Yamaha outboard is linked to the Simrad NSS12 EVO3 display so you can get your engine management along with GPS and sounder.
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