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A new breed of luxury cruiser, the Florida-family fishing boat, emerged in recent years. Most retain angling vestiges such as center-consoles, rod holders, fish lockers and livewells. Yet one of the latest — Everglades’ 360 LXC — utilizes its proven 35-foot-4-inch running surface (found in the 350 LX cruiser and other models) as the basis for a new layout that incorporates luxury and comfort into four sectors.
The 360 LXC features a center-console helm configuration but, like many boats of this ilk, forgoes the walk-around capability on the starboard side. Here you will find a wet bar with a sink and hot and cold fresh water. An Isotherm icemaker nestles below. The console itself features a newly designed 42-inch-wide dash panel that integrates a pair of flat-mounted Garmin 7616 multifunction displays. The Yamaha electronic throttle and shift levers are placed ergonomically on a pod to the right, optimizing control of the triple Yamaha F350 outboards.
You’ll find one of the most inviting spots forward of the console. This “day area” includes a U-shaped lounge with a pedestal dining table. Convert the lounge to a bed by lowering the motorized table and inserting a filler cushion. Either way, enjoy the 32-inch flat-screen TV that rises from a pod opposite the lounge. In case of inclement weather, you can completely envelope the day area and helm deck with the 360’s standard EZ2CY enclosure. When it’s muggy, turn on the 16,000 btu air-conditioning system, one of two systems (there’s also a 10,000 btu air conditioner for the cabin) powered by a Kohler 7.5 kW gasoline generator for when you’re away from shore power.
Accessible via a pocket door and wide companionway, the step-down cabin features a 75-inch-long angled master berth and a 71-inch-long by 49-inch-wide midcabin berth. With a maximum of 68 inches of headroom, the cabin includes an enclosed head compartment on the port side with a porcelain pump-out marine toilet, a countertop with a sink, and a shower.
A galley to starboard includes a sink, microwave and a refrigerator/freezer. There’s also a 16-inch flat-screen TV that you can enjoy from the comfort of the master berth. An overhead hatch lets you ventilate the cabin on sultry days. Cold storage abounds aboard the 360 LXC, including two fridges topside — one on each side of the covered galley abaft the helm seating — and an 83-quart cooler built into the port gunwale (though we don’t like the icebox drain that dumps onto the deck; Everglades says it will drain overboard in subsequent models). You can opt to change one of the topside fridge units to a wine cooler.
While the 360LXC is more passenger-focused than some of our other models, the features you've come to love from the Everglades brand are evident at first glance -- the signature Everglades silhouette and the superior ride of our patented RAMCAP hull.
In the creation of the 36-foot overnighter, we honed in on extravagance and relaxation, while maintaining our signature fit and finish. Your guests will be more than comfortable in the spacious 100-square-foot lounging area, featuring an L-shaped lounge that serves as dining area or sun-bed. The 360LXC comes standard with a 32-inch retractable flatscreen in the lounge area, an electric stovetop and outdoor cockpit cooking area, abundant food and cooler storage, and a fully equipped wet-bar and mixing station. Its massive aft bench seat comfortably seats six while the redesigned helm featuring ergonomic captain and companion seating has plenty of room for three. The boat easily sleeps five to six passengers. Both the cabin and the cockpit-lounge area are independently temperature controlled to keep you comfortable in any weather conditions.