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News: Life Proof 35

Discussion in 'Tenders & Dinghies' started by Yacht News, Feb 21, 2023.

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  1. Life Proof 35 Full Cabin
    While this is on the smaller end of what YF typically covers, the Life Proof 35 Full Cabin packs a good punch in a small space. The form-factor may look familiar as you typically see this type of vessel as interceptors, perhaps working in the Coast Guard, Marine Patrol or Border Protection Agencies. However, the Life Proof 35 Full Cabin isn't just a utilitarian boat, it's actually a well finished boat with an emphasis on practicality.
  2. Many customers will use this type of boat to explore more off-track areas in Pacific NorthWest and Canada, likely spending a few days or even up to a week onboard. The vessel is made from aluminum verses fiberglass that many other manufacturers utilize in this category. While it's not a go-fast boat, it can be equipped with twin Mercury 600s which should translate to speeds well above the 60mph mark. With twin Mercury 35o horse power outboards the boat does over 50mph. The range is projected to be around 400 nautical miles, depending on engine installation. Approximately 60 gallons of fresh water can be stored onboard as well.
  3. The interior cabin has bench seating on both side for six persons. There is also provision for a small head if needed for longer cruises. In addition, there are storage cabinets along the sides with an integrated sink station and optional area for a microwave. Moving forward, there is a door that opens from the lower cabin to the bow so you don't have to go back through the main cabin to access the bow.
  4. There is a bow door integrated into the foam bumper cushion that folds out with a ladder to facilitate easy beach landings. With many of the users of these boats going to more remote places without regular docks, easing up to the shore and dropping the bow door makes accessing the shore a breeze.
  5. Returning to the cabin, there is a navigation station to starboard with a Garmin twin-screen layout which can be upsized to 16 inch displays if needed. The helm chair is on Shockware hardware and features throttle controls on the arm rest which can fold out of the way as needed. The main cabin aft of the helm station can have a small galley area opposing the main seating/dining. Continuing aft there is a glass door and partition window that can be opened to create a seamless flow from interior to exterior spaces. The full length of the Life Proof is 35-feet with a beam of 11-feet with the foam collar.

    For more information:

    Life Proof Boats
    5626 SW Imperial Way
    Bremerton, WA, 98312,
    www.lifeproofboats.com

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