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This well cared for 2003 Edgewater 200CC is powered by a 150 HP Outboard 4-Stroke from Yamaha. With a weight of just 2100 pounds, this Center Console with T-Top will move you to your favorite spot quickly.
To understand why the EdgeWater 200 CC performs great in the rough water, you must under-stand how the EdgeWater is put together. It’s built using Permagrid, a process whereby the stringers and bulkheads are interlocked, then bonded to the transom, hull and deck, resulting in virtually a one-piece boat. When you run wide open throttle through two-and-a-half-footers with absolutely no pounding, no hull flexing and no rattles, that’s why. It doesn't hurt that Bob Dougherty, who was instrumental in building the legend of Boston Whaler, is the chief designer for Edgewater.
If you like to carry plenty of gear, the 200 CC will spoil you with huge bow-area storage and additional space in the console, under the double-width helm seat and in the large anchor locker. If you are going to use the 200 CC as a people-mover, there is plenty of seating with the cushioned cooler in front of the console, the double helm seat and the two jump seats on either side of the motor well.