2004 Powerplay 33' Center Consolew/Twin 2005 Mercury 250 EFI's Up for sale is the last Powerplay 33' Center Console ever built by Dan Wienstein. It is titled as a 2004, but it wasn't finished and delivered until early 2005 when Dan's company went into receivership. Powerplay didn't title any boats after 2004, although they finished the last 3-4 in 2005. The majority of Powerplays produced were sportdeck boats, built for people who had been through a variety of other offshore boats, such as Cigarettes & Skaters, but wanted something bullet-proof. I'm one of those guys. Most of the Powerplay Center Consoles were shipped to the Caribbean because the boats were known for rough water capability, strength and longevity. These boats were often used for shuttles because they were fast, light and subsequently fuel efficient. Mostly, they could be put into service for decades without fear of failure. If your protocol is for ride quality and a stable hull when guests are moving about, then a wide beam, heavy, center console may be your best choice, UNLESS you intend to tow it or trailer it. For towing, a narrow beam, light hull will be your best choice. They track better and add less resistance.