The brand new Aquasport 2500 is here! Please contact us for special pricing!
With an aggressive bow entry and 23 degree transom deadrise, this midsize center console is well-suited for offshore jaunts.
Staying true to its angling heritage, the 2500 comes ready to fish. The aforementioned standard T-top has outrigger mounting plates (for the optional TACO Grand Slam set), an aft rocket launcher and side trolling-rod holders, plus an electronics box and ample lighting. Horizontal rod racks under the cockpit covering boards, along with four gunwale holders for trolling, will stow the day’s tackle. Convenient toe kicks and wraparound bolsters, which struck me perfectly just above the knees, are included.
Single and twin engine versions available.
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The 2500 features lots of nice items that fishermen will appreciate. In the bow, for example, a raised casting deck gives you heightened visibility. Beneath it are two 340-quart, insulated fish boxes that drain overboard. The casting deck on our boat had thick pads for sunbathing, which will probably find their way to the garage before serious fishing trips are undertaken. Coaming pads save your knees, and a low-profile, aluminum bow rail provides a sure handhold, yet stays out of the way for casting or fighting a fish. Recessed cleats and a fold-down bow light keep all surfaces snag-free.
In the stern, a rectangular 35-gallon livewell with a 1,100-gph pump sits in the transom bulkhead, covered by split, clear acrylic lids so you can see the bait at all times. While such a large well surely holds tons of bait, because of its width it may benefit from a baffle in the middle to minimize sloshing. There's a small bait-prep sink to starboard and a transom door to port for access to the engine platform. You can store five rods along the back edge of the standard T-top, four more in racks beneath the gunwales. The 2500 also comes with four Lee rod holders in the gunwales.