Solace 345

an image of the new Solace 345

Solace 345

Stephen Dougherty’s new line of boats is ramping up in its Edgewater, Florida, facility and starts with the Solace 345.

The future-forward Solace 345 features a patent-pending “FishThru” transom design where the hydraulic aft swim platform extends four feet beyond the transom door and between the twin outboard engines. The extra length adds a formidable space that allows divers and swimmers a safe and comfortable entry into the water.

Dual 52-gallon, fully finished, pressurized livewells with tuna tubes sit to port and starboard. The bait prep center includes twin stainless steel drawer refrigerators, an electric grill, a bait rigging bin, and a freshwater sink with a pullout shower. That’s a lot going on in the center of the cockpit.

Add sleeping accommodations for two, a microwave, a second station on the T-top, and ample rod storage, and you’re in fishing heaven. When the fishing is done for the day, relax on any number of seating options from three-wide at the helm to the hydraulic mezzanine seat to the sunpad ahead of the console. The new 345 is expected to be
a perfect balance for work and play.

34′ LOA, 10′ 6″ beam

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