Cutwater 24

Feb 12, 2019

Cutwater has launched two exciting new models at the Seattle Boat show. The C-24 CW (Center Walkaround) and C-24 DC (Dual Console) provide popular open configurations with a proven performance-oriented hull design. Packed with standard features and competitively priced, these new boats have amazing versatility. Whether day cruising, fishing, skiing/wakeboarding, diving or entertaining, these new Cutwaters offer the flexibility boaters are looking for.

The Cutwater 24 Center Walkaround combines fast, efficient performance with a unique layout that that works equally well for fishing, cruising and watersports. Numerous standard features and amenities are sure to please a wide variety of boaters. For fishing, her large open cockpit has toe rails, tackle and fish storage, a built-in bait cutting/rigging station, two sinks, flush mounted rod holders, as well as rocket launchers on the optional hard top. Garmin GPSMAP942xs MFD/Fishfinder is standard, radar and a screen upgrade are optional. An easy clear walkway from transom to bow, smooth gunwale surfaces and pop-down cleats keep the action going and prevent lines from snagging. A large cooler provides seating when pulled out but neatly stows out of the way when fishing. Fishing options include downrigger plugs, outriggers, a hard top or removable Bimini, and a livewell and raw water wash down.

The C24 Dual Console is not just for cruising; she can be rigged to fish and has many of the fishing amenities of the Center Walkaround available to her. She is also ready at any time for watersports with a pop-up concealable centerline ski tow, ample swim platform with boarding ladder accessed by a convenient walk through, and optional hardtop with sport racks and upgraded stereo. A large storage compartment (over six feet long) beneath the forward seating is ideal for storing wakeboards, fishing rods, snorkel or dive equipment and more. The C24 Dual Console has the same type of versatility as her Center Walkaround sibling in a compact and efficient package.

Cutwater Boats are designed and built by hand in the USA to offer the best in value, performance, and fun. Whether cruising, fishing, or just relaxing onboard, owners appreciate the comfort, safety, and community that Cutwater Boats is known for. Fluid Motion, the builder of Cutwater Boats has 6 factories in the state of Washington where all the boats are built. Cutwater Boats offers fuel-efficient, maneuverable, seaworthy and well-equipped day cruisers and sport cruisers from 24’ to 30’.

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