Revisiting the classic center console, new builder SŌLACE put some original thought into its first model, the 345 (38’ LOA, 10’ 6” beam). Starting with the hull, on top of using foam, the structure is enforced by carbon fiber, epoxy composite. The transom is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. The patented design is called a FishThru, so one can do just that, fish through it, aided by a hydraulically actuated transom swim platform. A multipurpose workstation in the cockpit includes sinks, electric grill, Corian countertops, stainless steel drawers, and a refrigerator/freezer drawer. An optional second helm station can be added in a gas-assisted folding buggy top, easily closed for trailering. Other than that, almost everything comes standard, including the Seakeeper 2 stabilizer.

SOLACE 345: 38′ LOA, 10′ 6″ beam

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