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    How to know the manufacturer of the boat?

    Every boat made after 1972 is required to have a hull identification number (HIN). In the HIN you can find information about the manufactory, manufacturing date (month and year), model year, among other information. To know more about HIN click here.

    What are HCB Boats?

    The Hydra-Sports brand was first introduced to the fishing boat market in 1973, founded by Joe Reeves. For decades, the company produced high-end center console boats, walk around cabin boats, bay boats and its professional fishing team won tournaments all over. Hydra-sports boats are known for innovative design and a lot of firsts. The 41’ Center Console became its largest in its class when it was launched in 2008.  In 2012 Plantation Boat Mart in Florida acquired the brand that we know as HCB Hydra-Sport Custom Boats – the brand synonymous with the first company to standardize quad Yamaha 350’s as the new gold standard for power. Reflecting the company’s move to larger, even more luxurious 40+ outboard boats it released its name change: HCB Center Console Yachts company.

    What kind of boats does HCB build?

    HCB builds and designs yachts and boats with deep-V hulls. They are ideal for popular boating outings like on an offshore fishing, day cruising, freshwater fishing and saltwater fishing. HCB Center Console makes models with outboard and outboard-4S propulsion systems, with gas fuel systems.

    What model HCB Yachts are available?

    HCB currently build four models starting with the 38’11” Speciale all the way up to the 65-foot Estrella. HCB also builds the 52’11” Suenos and the 41’7” Ljuo center console luxury yacht.

    How much do HCB boats and HCB Center Console Yachts cost?

    There are pre-owned used HCB Center Console Yachts listed for sale at Boat.com starting at $525,000 up to over $1,795,000. Several new boats are available and the most equipped luxury center console yachts on the market can cost as much as $4,000,000.

    The HCB Center Consoles are very popular. Why are HCB boats so popular?

    The HCB boat brand is very popular among other models and classes. In general, overall the boats have a moderate draft allowing easy access to shallow fishing destinations. An exceedingly wide beam allows for plenty of room for entertainment and fishing all around. This luxury brand is for many a favorite for inshore and offshore fishing, entertainment, sightseeing, cruising around, as well as of course freshwater and salt water fishing.

    Do HCB Center Console Boats hold their value?

    HBC boats are among the highest rated quality center console boats and are very popular. The value of a HCB Center Console is likely to be higher than average for similar boats and yachts in its class.

    Why Should I Buy a HCB Boat?

    You should buy a HCB boat if you are looking for a high quality luxury center console yacht in the size range 39 foot to 65 foot. Many of the HCB Center Console boats come with at least 3 outboard engines and are likely to be equipped with every imaginable feature available such as high end sound system, hard top t-top, multiple MFD gps, computer systems, prod holders.

    What is the best HCB?

    Some of the most well known HCB Center Console boat yacht models currently include: Estrella, Estrella 65, Suenos, 53 Sueños, Lujo, and the Lujo.795.

     

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    HCB Lujo

    HCB Speciale

    HCB Estrella

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