336 Sea Trialed & Running Strong in Rough Seas
Today we sea-trialed the new 336 Center Console. Expectations were high for the new model and everyone was pleased. Conditions were lumpy offshore and quite nasty in the inlet. But that's what we build 'em for, so no problem. The best way to sea trial a boat is in the type of conditions you expect to face. And Ocean Master owners are known for going out in the rough stuff when other boats stay at the docks.
The new owner will use her as a tender to his 110 foot yacht. It's his second Ocean Master tender and according to the captain, Ocean Master is the only boat made that can stand up to the hard use of year round chartering. Of course the owner is keeping his other Ocean Master as a personal boat now that the new 33 has been delivered.
Below is the same boat fully rigged and in charter service "somewhere in the islands."
"Their seaworthiness has made them legendary."
Florida Sportfishing Magazine
"The Original is Often the Best"
"In many East Coast fishermen’s eyes, Ocean Masters are the ultimate fishing machines."
"Many industry professionals consider them to be among the best-riding fishing boats on the market"
"Well Known For Their Rugged Performance"
"Ocean Masters are known for their strength and durability."
Motor Boating Magazine
"It is, in a word, overbuilt."
"After running million-dollar-plus beauties, it’s my 1990 31-foot Ocean Master Walkaround Sportfisherman, that gives me the greatest thrill"
Power & Motoryacht
"Fishermen want a boat that’s built like a battleship and is easy to maintain. Ocean Master got its start in 1974 building that type of boat"
"No-nonsense Design and Legendary Construction"
"These boats have a well-known reputation for being seriously overbuilt"
"Its design was perfect, allowing it to remain in production to this day"
"Immense Strength and Inherent Seaworthiness"
Big Game Fishing Journal
"A Pioneer of Outboard Fishing Machines"
"A Truly Tough Son-of-the-Sea"
"A Boat for the Hardcore Fisherman"
"For years, Ocean Master has built tough-as-nails offshore fishing boats."
"You’ve probably heard of Ocean Master’s build-it-like-a-tank offshore line of boats"