Vandalize Boats SUV 305. Photo: Vandalize Boats.

Vandalize Boats SUV 305. Photo: Vandalize Boats.

Newcomer Vandalize Boats has announced the debut of their SUV 305 center console at FLIBS 2020 this year, and the model is now available for sea trials to interested buyers.

"Times have changed and so have boats. We understand that today’s boater doesn’t want to be like everybody else. So at Vandalize, our team’s mission is to always build custom boats with a special distinctive look and feel, each unique as you," says CEO and Co-Founder Hugo Dominguez.

The SUV 305 has a definitive European-style to her design. With a length of 30'5" and a beam of 9' the boat can hold up to 10 passengers along with 182 gallons of fuel and 26 gallons of fresh water (with an 8-gallon waste tank). The hull has a 21-degree deadrise and the cockpit has many modern features, with high-quality upholstery, cup holders and ample under-seat dry storage. Seating includes two bow benches with adjustable forward-facing backrests, captain and copilot leaning post seating, aft bench seat, and forward helm seat. Standard features include a new helm console design, T-Top, navigation lights, freshwater shower and Lenco trim tabs.

Other features and options include a bow compartment with a marine head, faux teak foam deck, premium JL audio system (14 cockpit speakers, two sub-woofers, four amps), waterproof wireless phone chargers, Razor light bar, pull-up cleats, side tuna/dive door, swim platform, folding swim ladder, vinyl rubrail, Lewmar windlass package, underwater lights, 16" Garmin GPS/plotter, high-density foam rubrail and a cooler slider. 

The company also announced their new 450 SUV will be released in 2021 and they've tapped Nautical Ventures to market and sell this new lineup of center console "sport utility vessels". These boats have been designed from the keel up and the builder touts them as "not your father's center console". Vandalize Boats also promises a 10-year limited hull warranty on all models.

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Written by: Ryan McVinney
C. Ryan McVinney is a film director, writer and producer. As an experienced boater he regularly produces and directs on-the-water video shoots for major boat manufacturers, yacht brokers and dealers, as well as independent film and media companies. He is president of the National Soho House Film Club with chapters in Miami, FL, Manhattan, NY and Los Angeles, CA and regularly contributes content to YachtWorld, and Boat Trader.