In Touch With The Water
The 675 Bowrider is a great boat to stay in touch with the water. Up to 7 people pick a spot in the bow area or in the cockpit. Not a single inch of deck surface is left unused, yet the designers still found a way to integrate a compact, functional cabin.
Safety begins at the helm station. It holds ample space for optional navigation and engine hardware such as a GPS/chart plotter, Active Trim and Zipwake Dynamic
Trim Control. This equipment will help you get even better handling and get the best performance while reducing the consumption. The Mercury engine itself ensures a sporty and reliable handling from 115 up to 225 hp. Also, a deep cockpit and high freeboard at the bow allow for both children and adults to sit down and move around on the boat in all safety.
The bow is separated from the rest of the 675 Bowrider by an access door with a drain system to keep the cockpit dry. A conveniently designed portside walkway makes it easy to go from stern to bow and back. There is no level difference between both areas and the whole of the surface remains at your disposal at
all times. Piloting comfort is a given thanks to twin bolster seats on a polyester pedestal base and twin cup holders. Cheers!
Did you cruise towards your favourite spot on the water? Or do you just feel like a quick break? Awesome idea! Option 1: switch the position of the backrest to face the water when you are relaxing on the aft seat. Option 2: mount the dinner table. Option 3: convert the cockpit area and/or the bow into large sun lounges. In the cabin, you decide what to add: a pull-out sea toilet, a sink, a fridge drawer or all of the above.
The 675 Bowrider has storage underneath the swim platform, the aft seat and the cockpit seats. All of that space is available for whatever you want to bring on board. Do you also want a bimini with enclosure? If so, no need to ask yourself where these things go: there’s integrated storage that facilitates quick deployment.